Evenings with Horowitz: An Intimate Portrait
The author from such highly acclaimed books as "Reflections From the Keyboard" details a special friendship between two musicians, covers a lifetime of musical wisdom, and contains countless anecdotes of the musical world.
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But sir, what I do with the Weber Konzertstuck is quite another thing.'" I paused a
second. "Maestro, I have only to say that your Mozart is 'quite another thing.'" At
that, Horowitz was beaming. He grabbed my hand, "So my Mozart is 'quite ...
It's only this damn body that makes things difficult. I'm going to quote to you from a
letter that I memorized from the Japanese painter Hokusai. Just as Beethoven
said when going deaf, 'I shall seize fate by the throat,' Hokusai said, 'I will break ...
But he did things with little pieces that were beautiful. "You know, he meant
something to me. I had much pride in him. He was like a knight-errant on white
horse. He was a hero figure. You see the inscribed photo on the wall? That is
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Dubal, broadcaster, concert pianist, and faculty member at Juilliard draws upon his knowledgeable background to produce a fascinating portrait of the brilliant and electrifying pianist Vladimir ... Read full review
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