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Michael Houstoun – Beethoven Revisited

By , 15/04/2013
One of the highest accolades a musician can receive is to have his or her name indelibly associated in people's minds with that of a particular composer's music - and more than any other pianist in this part of the world, Michael Houstoun's name has become practically synonymous with Beethoven. It's not been an association lightly or casually wrought - it's grown and developed over a span of time and... read more

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