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Passion vs. Duty - Helen Martens


The prodigiously gifted Felix Mendelssohn astounded audiences everywhere with his prowess as pianist and conductor, and he caused them to marvel at his phenomenal memory and the power and sensitivity



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Passion vs. Duty - Helen Martens


The prodigiously gifted Felix Mendelssohn astounded audiences everywhere with his prowess as pianist and conductor, and he caused them to marvel at his phenomenal memory and the power and sensitivity