Walter Levin, LaSalle Quartet founder and James Levine teacher, dead at 92

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Re: Walter Levin, LaSalle Quartet founder and James Levine teacher, dead at 92

Post by Lance » Sun Aug 20, 2017 12:07 am

Walter Levin was an absolute genius right to the end of his long life. The book, The LaSalle Quartet: Conversations with Walter Levin illustrates his genius wonderfully well in this book by Robert Spruytenburg. I'm in the throes of reading it now and can hardly put it down.
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