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Anton Rubinstein



Russian composer Anton Rubinstein (1829-1894).
As a pianist he was regarded as a rival of Franz Liszt, and he ranks amongst the great keyboard virtuosos. He also founded the Saint Petersburg Conservatory, which, together with Moscow Conservatory founded by his brother Nikolai Rubinstein, helped establish a reputation for musical skill among the subjects of the czar of Russia.
Rubinstein was a prolific composer, writing no less than twenty operas (notably Demon, written after Lermontov's Romantic poem), five piano concerti, six symphonies and a large number of solo piano works along with a substantial output of works for chamber ensemble, two concertos for cello and one for violin, free-standing orchestral works and tone poems (including one entitled Don Quixote).

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Rubinstein: Piano Concerto No. 2 & Suite, Op. 119
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Rubinstein: Complete Violin and Piano Works, Vol. 2
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Rubinstein: Complete Violin and Piano Works, Vol. 1
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Romantic Ballads
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Rubinstein: Piano Concertos Nos. 2 and 4
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Rubinstein: Caprice Russe, Op. 102 - Piano Concerto No. 5 in E flat, Op. 94 - Overture to Der Thurm zu Babel, Op. 80
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Touch of Love
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Russian Choir School: All-Union Radio and Television Grand Children Choir
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The Harold Wayne Collection, Vol. 35 (1900-1904)
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The Harold Wayne Collection, Vol. 34
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Love´s Old Sweet Songs
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Rubinstein: Collected Songs, Part I
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Piano Recital: Novaes, Guiomar (The Complete Victor 78S) (1919-1927)
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The Harold Wayne Collection, Vol. 3 (1902-1907)
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Harold Wayne Collection, Vol. 1 (1900-1903)
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Casals, Pablo: Encores and Transcriptions, Vol. 1 (1925-1928)
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Music For Mothers
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Rubinstein: Piano Works
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