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Love Affair with Sergei Rachmaninoff and His Piano Concerto No. 2

I’ve had another sudden affair with Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943) as of late. That isn’t to say the affair hasn’t gone on for years. I adore him. But periodically I’m reminded of that love when I listen to him; his brilliance … Continue reading

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West Side Story, Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances a Draw for Audience

There are many who will argue which is the greatest love song of all time, and they will all be correct of their own merit. I will join that argument and say that “Somewhere”* from West Side Story is probably … Continue reading

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