Nico Kaufmann

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Nico Kaufmann (Zürich, June 14, 1916 – Zürich, November 23, 1996) was a Swiss pianist and composer.

In addition to his studies at the Zürich Conservatory he was for a short time (1937) Vladimir Horowitz's only disciple (and lover[citation needed]) in his European time. He then became the Cabaret Cornichon's arranger and musical conductor, and took part at the VII Concours de Geneve (1945), which he won[citation needed].

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Zentralbibliothek Zürich