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On Helene Grimaud's New Album, 'Water' Is A Metaphor And Motivation

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Listen to Helene Grimaud discuss Bach with Fred Child

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Pianist's Passions Span Music, America and Wolves

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Death and Transcendence in Chopin, Rachmaninov

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Admirers of the Allegretto from Beethoven's 7th

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