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Minoru Nojima

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Name  Minoru Nojima

Role  Classical pianist
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Albums  Nojima Plays Liszt, Nojima Plays Ravel
Similar People  Maurice Ravel, Teizo Matsumura, Shigeaki Saegusa, Ichiro Nodaira, Lev Oborin

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Minoru Nojima (野島稔, Nojima Minoru, born May 23, 1945 in Yokosuka, Kanagawa) is a Japanese classical pianist.

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Minoru Nojima was a child prodigy in Japan, won a major nationwide competition there as a teenager, studied with Lev Oborin in Moscow and then with Constance Keene and Abram Chasins in New York City, and burst upon the international music scene as a second prize winner of the Van Cliburn piano competition in 1969. Although known and highly respected amongst pianists as a "pianist's pianist," he is not well known to most music lovers, largely because he doesn't like to make recordings and has made extremely few.

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In 2007, it was reported that Nojima's 1988 Reference Recordings recording "Nojima Plays Liszt" was one of the recordings plagiarized by Joyce Hatto. 2014 - Received Japan Art Academy Award.

Minoru nojima plays ravel miroirs live 1985


References

Minoru Nojima Wikipedia


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