Leon Fleisher talks about his many musical careers. The promising pianist made his Carnegie Hall debut at 16, but was struck down in his prime. He describes how his love of music rescued him after he lost the use of his right hand.

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  • Leon Fleisher Pianist, conductor, composer, and teacher
  • Anne Midgette Chief classical music critic of the Washington Post.

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