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Steve Martin: Wild And Crazy Banjo

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The comedian and movie star is a man of many talents. Hear his thrilling banjo work in this session.

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Murray Perahia's warm, rippling tone is well-suited to the music of both Bach and Chopin. Nana Watanabe hide caption

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Chopin At 200

Murray Perahia: Bonding With Bach And Chopin

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Hear the celebrated pianist play Chopin and Bach, and discuss their music in the NPR studio.

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Taken By Trees On World Cafe

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Swedish folk-pop and traditional Pakistani music make great bedfellows in East of Eden.

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El Perro Del Mar On World Cafe

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El Perro Del Mar, a.k.a. Sarah Assbring, plays heartbreaking Swedish indie-pop in this session.

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Laura Veirs On World Cafe

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Laura Veirs brings her earthy brand of indie-folk to WXPN for this World Cafe session.

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Rafal Blechacz's Single-Minded Chopin

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Hear the young, award-winning Polish pianist play Chopin and Mozart in the NPR studio.

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