New CD Reveals a Forgotten Piano Talent In 1951, Russian pianist Simon Barere died onstage while performing at Carnegie Hall. A new CD offers recordings of the little-known pianist's performances, revealing a talent that should not have been forgotten. Music critic David Was has a review.
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New CD Reveals a Forgotten Piano Talent

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New CD Reveals a Forgotten Piano Talent

New CD Reveals a Forgotten Piano Talent

New CD Reveals a Forgotten Piano Talent

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In 1951, Russian pianist Simon Barere died onstage while performing at Carnegie Hall. A new CD offers recordings of the little-known pianist's performances, revealing a talent that should not have been forgotten. Music critic David Was has a review.