May 10

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1965 - Pianist Vladimir Horowitz returns to the concert stage in New York City after a twelve-year performing break, at Carnegie Hall. The audience applauded with a standing ovation that lasted for 30 minutes.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQqLRmxzr5g
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It was a great time for him that he comes to the stage after a long time. I saw people want to see such amazing performances and t... Read More
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April 20

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1986 - Vladimir Horowitz returned to his homeland at age 82, after 60 years to give piano recital at Moscow Conservatory. Click here to view a moving article in the New York Times about that special day.
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December 9

1949  Premiere of Samuel Barber's Piano Sonata by Vladimir Horowitz, in Havana, Cuba.  
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How do you use DVDs and YouTube videos of historical pianists in your teaching?

A few years ago I asked piano majors in a piano pedagogy class to name some twentieth-century pianists. Elton John and Liberace were mentioned, but few classical pianists were identified. I later did a presentation to the group on historical pianists, beginning with Ludwig van Beethoven, his student Carl Czerny, and his two nineteenth-cen...
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