Occasionally you come across non-pianists who play the piano better than the professionals. My first composition teacher, Douglas Steele, was a case in point. He was more than a little absent-minded by the time I studied with him and he would sit at a rattly old upright piano in a teaching studio at Chethams School in Manchester and play Hommage à Rameau from Debussy’s Images for me every week.
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