excerpt from 'In Pursuit of Music' pp. 86 (90 words)

excerpt from 'In Pursuit of Music' pp. 86 (90 words)

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In Pursuit of Music

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Truman then asked if there was a pianist present and I was pushed forward, playing the first movement of the little Beethoven Sonata opus 14, no. 2, and the Chopin E minor Waltz.  He sat next to the piano listening and then took over again to allow Mozart the last word.  (Cyril Stapleton said to me afterwards ‘You may play for some crowned heads in your time, Denis, but I doubt if you’ll ever again have a President of the United States sit down and play for you!’)

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