Music talks: conversations with musicians

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McGraw-Hill, May 1, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 241 pages
For classical music buffs everywhere, this is an inside look at the contemporary classical music scene--its greatest artists, most prestigious events, and its most elite centers of study.

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Epstein is a journalist who knows a lot about music; nine of the 13 very engaging chapters in this collection are articles reprinted from newspapers. The "working musicians'' we meet are Horowitz ... Read full review

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Vladimir Horowitz
3
Learning to Conduct at Tanglewood
27
Listening to Lenny
47
Copyright

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HELEN EPSTEIN writes frequently on public health for various publications including "The New York Review of Books "and "The New York Times Magazine," She is currently a visiting research scholar at the Center for Health and Wellbeing at Princeton University.

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