[roo-bin-stahyn; Russian roo-byin-shtyeyn; Polish roo-been-stahyn]
- An·ton [an-ton; Russian uhn-tawn] /ˈæn tɒn; Russian ʌnˈtɔn/, 1829–94, Russian pianist and composer.
- Arthur or Ar·tur [ahr-ter; Polish ahr-toor] /ˈɑr tər; Polish ˈɑr tur/, 1887–1982, U.S. pianist, born in Poland.
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Rubinstein was pushed out of Apple by Ive, who had clashed with Rubinstein and gave Jobs an ultimatum—he goes or I go.
He has unkind things to say about Rubinstein, Bill Gates, Steve Ballmer, Barack Obama, Google chairman Eric Schmidt, and others.
Even Rubinstein failed to divine the extent of the strain under which he labored.
Rubinstein was all courtesy, all geniality, all encouragement.
The trouble in Rubinstein's mind now stepped forth to his face.
It was as if Liszt or Rubinstein had been at the piano and she had been turning over the music.The Immortal
He is a reincarnation of Chopin, with almost the added virility of a Rubinstein.Musical Criticisms
- Anton Grigorevich (anˈtɔn ɡriˈɡɔrjɪvitʃ). 1829–94, Russian composer and pianist
- Artur (ˈartur). 1886–1982, US pianist, born in Poland
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