excerpt from 'Joys and Sorrows. Reflections by Pablo Casals, as told by Albert E. Kahn' pp. 175 (90 words)

excerpt from 'Joys and Sorrows. Reflections by Pablo Casals, as told by Albert E. Kahn' pp. 175 (90 words)

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Joys and Sorrows. Reflections by Pablo Casals, as told by Albert E. Kahn

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I had canaries too – eight of them in separate cages along the hallway leading to the small music room containing the piano that had belonged to my father. Each dawn when I had arisen and was about to commence the day by playing Bach at my father’s piano, I would be greeted by their song. They would start singing the moment they heard my footsteps on the stairs, and they would continue their chorus while I played. Sometimes it seemed to me that I was their accompanist.

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