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    Mark Swed: Fred Rzewski "The Greatest Pianist-Composer of Our Time"
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    "The man was Frederic Rzewski," writes Mark Swed in a review of Rzewski's recent concert in California, "the greatest pianist-composer of our time and something of a legend in modern music." Read more at calendarlive.com.

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Mark Swed: Fred Rzewski "The Greatest Pianist-Composer of Our Time"

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"The man was Frederic Rzewski," writes Mark Swed in a review of Rzewski's recent concert in California, "the greatest pianist-composer of our time and something of a legend in modern music."

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"The man was Frederic Rzewski," writes Mark Swed in a review of Rzewski's recent concert in California, "the greatest pianist-composer of our time and something of a legend in modern music." Read more at calendarlive.com.

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