Horowitzian


Horowitzian
a) Of or pertaining to (1903–1989), Russian-American classical virtuoso pianist.

This is exciting, high-strung, Horowitzian pianism that is tempered by unfailing good taste, tonal subtlety, and a true sense of Lisztian style.

b) Of or pertaining to , professor of law and political science.

Empirically, there are very few cases where Horowitzian electoral schemes have been tried, and hardly any where it has achieved the desired results.


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