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Golden-age pianists do justice to old masters in new recordings

Subjects: Pianists -- Criticism and interpretationPerahia, Murray -- Criticism and interpretation; Kissin, Eugeny -- Criticism and interpretation; Lupu, Radu -- Criticism and interpretation

  • Source: Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service. April 4, 1995, p0404K4518

  • Abstract: We seem to be in the midst of a golden age of pianists, at least where the five considered below are concerned. MURRAY PERAHIA Chopin: ...

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THOSE THAT MATTERED, by Barbara Angle; Crow (307 pages, $22)

Subjects: Angle, Barbara -- Criticism and interpretation; Miners -- Portrayals; Those That Mattered (Book) -- Criticism and interpretation

  • Source: Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service. March 8, 1995, p0308K3546

  • Abstract: Barbara Angle may be the most vivid voice to come out of the West Virginia hills since Pearl Buck. Unlike Buck, who left her native ...

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Miner shifts focus but continues probing the depths

Subjects: Angle, Barbara -- Behavior; Miners -- Behavior; Women authors -- Behavior

  • Source: Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service. March 8, 1995, p0308K3600

  • Abstract: On April 15, 1978, Barbara Angle was nearing the end of her shift in the Laurel Run Coal Mine in West Virginia's Tucker County. Angle, one of ...

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Watching the Maestro on video

Subjects: Composers -- Practice; Conductors (Music) -- Practice; Music -- Study and teachingBernstein, Leonard -- Practice

  • Source: Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service. Jan 4, 1995, p0104K7693

  • Abstract: You can learn almost as much about Leonard Bernstein by watching him as by reading about him. One of the latest opportunities to do that ...

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LEONARD BERNSTEIN, by Meryle Secrest; Alfred A. Knopf (471 pages, $30)

Subjects: Bernstein, Leonard -- Portrayals; Leonard Bernstein (Book) -- Criticism and interpretationSecrest, Meryle -- Authorship

  • Source: Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service. Jan 4, 1995, p0104K7692

  • Abstract: Geniuses are extremely difficult to capture on paper. Take Leonard Bernstein. Arguably the most gifted musician our country has produced in its 218-year history, the ...

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Here are some things to do to help get over stage fright

Subjects: Public speaking -- Psychological aspects; Stage fright -- Care and treatment

  • Source: Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service. Dec 7, 1994, p1207K6599

  • Abstract: You'd love to turn to a professional for help with your performance anxiety. But there's no time; you agreed to talk to your daughter's Girl ...

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Taking the panic out of the performance

Subjects: Public speaking -- Psychological aspects; Oral communication -- Psychological aspects

  • Source: Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service. Dec 7, 1994, p1207K6597

  • Abstract: Colleen Christopher says she'll never forget it. ``I was in charge of patient education for a local community hospital,'' Christopher remembers, ``and I had ...

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KNOWING WHEN TO STOP: A MEMOIR, by Ned Rorem; Simon & Schuster (607 pages, $30)

Subjects: Knowing When To Stop: A Memoir (Book) -- Criticism and interpretationRorem, Ned -- Works

  • Source: Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service. Oct 5, 1994, p1005K0141

  • Abstract: ``Have you ever had surgery for hemorrhoids in Morocco?'' Ned Rorem's terrific memoir is probably the only book you'll ever read that asks that ...

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Finnish composer Jean Sibelius restored on CD, film

Subjects: Sibelius, Jean -- Works

  • Source: Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service. Sept 6, 1994, p0906K7629

  • Abstract: Finnish composer Jean Sibelius is back in the news. Sony Classical has reissued in compact disc format the dazzling recordings Leonard Bernstein made of Sibelius' ...

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Former boy wonder Van Cliburn is touring for first time in 16 years

Subjects: Cliburn, Van -- Biography; Pianists -- Biography

  • Source: Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service. August 8, 1994, p0808K5718

  • Abstract: At the height of the cold war, one year after the launch of Sputnik turned every American scientist's face borscht-red, a lanky, boyish 23-year-old Texan ...

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