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Sam Lanin

Not really everyone who had a profound influence on the world of music was necessarily a musician, or needed to be a particularly great one — occasionally it was only a matter of recognizing the last mentioned quality in others and enabling them to accomplish what they did most effective. …

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Sergey Prokofiev

In breathing new lease of life in to the symphony, sonata, and concerto, Sergey Prokofiev surfaced among the truly original musical voices from the twentieth century. Bridging the worlds of pre-revolutionary Russia as well as the Stalinist Soviet Union, Prokofiev loved a successful world-wide profession as composer and pianist. As …

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