Reflections from the keyboard: the world of the concert pianist

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Schirmer Books, 1997 - Music - 397 pages
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A thoroughly revised, updated edition of David Dubal's classic collection of interviews with famous pianists first published in 1984, this book includes all of today's leading lights, along with many luminaries no longer with us such as Glenn Gould and Vladimir Horowitz. Reviews of the first edition:

"The true star of Reflections from the Keyboard is Dubal" -- Leonard Bernstein

"An impressive accomplishment, full of insight!" -- Aaron Copland
-- Interviews: Claudio Arrau, Emmanuel Ax, Alfred Brendel, Misha Dichter, Ruth Laredo, Murray Perahia, Peter Serkin, Andre Watts, and more

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Wonderful vignette glimpses into the lives and styles of great classical pianists worldwide. Beautiful photographs of each pianist; real insight into their unique repertoires. Read full review

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Vladimir Ashkenazy
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Paul BaduraSkoda
32
Lazar Berman
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