excerpt from 'From Russia to the West : the musical memoirs and reminiscences of Nathan Milstein' pp. 192 (67 words)

excerpt from 'From Russia to the West : the musical memoirs and reminiscences of Nathan Milstein' pp. 192 (67 words)

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From Russia to the West : the musical memoirs and reminiscences of Nathan Milstein

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And how marvellously Horowitz played! I’ll never forget one of his appearances in Chicago, when he played a short song without words of Mendelssohn’s called “Shepherd’s Complaint”. As soon as he began – just twelve bars! – my heart was in my throat, he played so naturally and with such feeling. Horowitz was a born poet of the piano.

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