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September 29, 2009 The subtle, elusive quality of Debussy's twenty-four preludes is captured perfectly by pianist Paul Jacobs, who plays them with a tolling, bell-like sound. The Bosendorfer piano he uses has a sound similar to that of Debussy's early 20th-century pianos.
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