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Pianist, composer and coder Dan Tepfer confronted pandemic isolation with ingenious technological solutions. Josh Goleman/courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Hear Bach's Music Like You've Never Heard It Before: Upside Down

For most artists, 2020 was a year of forced isolation and few opportunities. But Dan Tepfer, a jazz pianist and composer, had a busy year, partly thanks to his technological acumen.

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Dr. Anne Schuchat, principal deputy director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, testifies before a House panel on Sept. 25, 2019. In an NPR interview, she says the nation has more work to do to get ready for a future pandemic. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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The CDC's No. 2 Official Says The U.S. Isn't Ready For Another Pandemic

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Woes Guilty Ghosts
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Seven Crows Marley Carroll
Shiver Marley Carroll

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Hear Bach's Music Like You've Never Heard It Before: Upside Down

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Doudou Cécile McLorin Salvant, Dan Tepfer
Inversion Dan Tepfer
Yeti's Lament Berry Weight
Heart Shaped Rock Berry Weight

Willie Edwards Jr. died in 1957. He was killed by Klansmen who told him to either jump off a bridge or be shot. Malinda Edwards and Mildred Betts hide caption

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Klansmen Brutally Killed Their Father. They Now Say His Legacy Is Larger Than Life

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John Stockton Slow Drag Chris Zabriskie
The 49th Street Galleria Chris Zabriskie
Bibo No Aozora Ryuichi Sakamoto
Delphina Frameworks
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We Shall Be Free Gladys Knight
The House of the Rising Sun GIL & ALE
Friday I'm In Love Jasper Fawcett

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