Orloff, Vladimir (b Odessa, 1928). Russ.-born cellist. Prof., Vienna Acad. 1967, Toronto Univ. from 1971. Début, Bucharest 1947. First prize Bucharest int. comp. 1947, Warsaw int. comp. 1955.
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