Rostropovich: A Celebration

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Discover the man behind the legend, from interviews with the renowned cellist and the people who knew him.

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Musicians including David Geringas and Mischa Maisky describe Rostropovich’s influence, and articles from the archives span everything from concert reviews to details of his masterclasses. Plus a complete discography.

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Weight .257 kg
Dimensions 29.5 x 21.5 cm
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