Behave Yourself at the Keyboard!

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Gustav Mahler used to shock his audiences by leaping high into the air while conducting his orchestra, and pianist Vladimir DePachmann would interrupt a recital with derogatory remarks about famous pianists in attendance. These behaviors by musicians are only two examples from a long list of "no-no's." Pianists have their own set of distractive the...
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