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A Touch of Tchaikovsky from Joshua Bell

A Touch of Tchaikovsky from Joshua Bell

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A Touch of Tchaikovsky from Joshua Bell

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Joshua Bell is one of the busiest violinists performing today. He's been doing work on film soundtracks in addition to a full concert schedule, and he's trying his hand at conducting as well. On a visit to the NPR studios, he brought along music by Tchaikovsky — the "Melodie" — as well as Sarasate's "Introduction and Tarantella." Matthew Bengtson is the pianist.

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