Summary

A BEAUTIFUL RECORDED PERFORMANCE WHICH INCLUDES CLASSICAL SOLO PERFORMACES BY VARIOUS MUSICIANS.
When cub reporter Lesley is sent to Venice to interview a world-renowned violinist, the journalist is told she can ask Paolo Levi anything about his life and career as a musician, but on no account must she ask him the Mozart question; never the Mozart question.
Paolo, however, has realised he must finally reveal the truth.
©2010 HarperCollins Publishers (P)2010 HarperCollins Publishers
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5 out of 5 stars
By PrimeT on 16-08-17

Beautiful

Uplifting music with a melancholy story in the true nature of this brilliant author. Thank you.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Alex on 13-05-15

A very unusual piece

The start gives no indication at all of how moving and powerful a piece this is. I call it a piece rather than a story because there is almost as much music as prose. If you have an hour to spare, or even if you don't, listen to this

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