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Celebrating Leonard Bernstein at 100: An exploration of his solo piano works

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Bernstein's Musical Legacy As the Leonard Bernstein centennial draws to a close, it is an ideal time to consider the extraordinary career of one of the most significant musical figures of the last century. A prodigious multi-talent, Bernstein became a renowned composer, conductor, pianist, author, teacher, and humanitarian. Although some counseled ...
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Wael Farouk and the Rachmaninoff piano oeuvre

​ Wael Farouk was born with extremely short hand ligaments. He can't make a fist, open a jar, or button his shirt, but he can play the complete solo piano works of Sergei Rachmaninoff, who is known for complex and demanding music. At thirty-two years of age, the youngest piano faculty member in Roosevelt University's Chicago College of Performing A...
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