John Lewis - the 1960's
from The Great Jazz Pianists: Speaking of Their Lives and Music, page 79:
Interviewer: There's always been a two-piano tradition in the classics, but it seems pretty rare in improvised music.
My basic two-piano experience was in the classics. But I also listened to Victor Babin and his wife, who were called Bronsky and Babin. They were Russians. They arranged some of their pieces and were tremendous.
Len Lyons, The Great Jazz Pianists: Speaking of Their Lives and Music (New York, ), p. 79. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1431079462524 accessed: 1 July, 2022
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|Jazz||performed by Bronsky and Babin, Victor Babin|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, indoors|