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- Bridge by Frank Stewart
If you listen to two stellar pianists such as Andras Schiff and the late Glenn Gould play Bach's "Well-Tempered Clavier," you will hear the same music interpreted differently. Do defensive signals admit to a degree of interpretation?
Aug. 5, 2013 - The Philadelphia Inquirer
- Francois Hollande in Khaleej Times
I want to believe this punishment is not linked to the fact the house belongs to Christian Clavier. On questions of security, we cannot have some citizens who are better protected than others,Hollande said.
- Andrew Bree in Belfast Telegraph
Even since then I have moved by training up to another level because I now have a personal trainer Thomas Clavier, who I share an apartment with and half of the apartment is cut off for a gym,said Bree. "I've already put on ten pounds of...
- Angela Hewitt in National Post
There's no greater music for me [than The Well-Tempered Clavier],Hewitt says. "It's in my blood. With my father having been a church organist in Ottawa, Bach has always been in my life."