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In addition to his studies at the Zürich Conservatory he was for a short time (1937) Vladimir Horowitz's only disciple during his time living in Europe. He then became the Cabaret Cornichon's arranger and musical conductor, and took part at the VII Concours de Geneve (1945), which he won.
- "Kaufmann, Nico (1916–1996)". Zentralbibliothek Zürich (in German). Retrieved 9 December 2016.
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