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Rubinstein

[ roo-bin-stahyn; Russian roo-byin-shtyeyn; Polish roo-been-stahyn ]
/ ˈru bɪnˌstaɪn; Russian ru byɪnˈʃtyeɪn; Polish ˈru binˌstaɪn /
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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
/ (ˈruːbɪnˌstaɪn) /

noun
Anton Grigorevich (anˈtɔn ɡriˈɡɔrjɪvitʃ). 1829–94, Russian composer and pianist
Artur (ˈartur). 1886–1982, US pianist, born in Poland
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