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Pianist Feltsman survived years of Soviet repression

Thursday, February 28, 2013
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For almost 10 years during a period when most pianists are building their careers, Vladimir Feltsman was prohibited from performing in public, his recordings were suppressed and he was not allowed to leave the then-Soviet Union. “It was the Cold War,” Feltsman said. “I was not an exception. I was not so unusual.”...

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