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Katchen, Julius

Katchen, Julius (b Long Branch, NJ, 1926; d Paris, 1969). Amer. pianist. Début 1937 with Philadelphia Orch. Settled in Paris and had int. career as virtuoso with wide repertory.

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Julius

Julius, in the New Testament, centurion in whose charge Paul was sent to Rome.

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Julius

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