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John Browning

(1933—2003)


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(b Denver, Col., 1933; d Sister Bay, Wisc., 2003). Amer. pianist. Début Denver 1943. Won Leventritt Award 1955, Queen Elisabeth Int. Comp. Prize, 1956. Début with NYPO 1956. Gave f.p. of Barber's pf. conc., Boston, 1962. Soloist with world's leading orchs.

From The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music in Oxford Reference.

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