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This is an excellent autobiography in which Daniel Barenboim gives the reader a great deal of information and anecdotes about his childhood, major events, career, friends etc etc
He also explains right at the start that his private life is exactly that so don't expect any ' kiss and tell ' stories ! Barenboim the man is definately a gentleman.
As a music therapist, I found his insights into music-making by far the most interesting aspect of the book.
His intellect is also well-represented here, and his in depth account of the problems faced in the middle east made this reviewer go out and buy some history books. ... very easy to read even for those of us who are not blessed with the legendary Barenboim IQ, and extremely thought provoking for artists and non-artists alike.
Highly recommended , there is not a trace of conceit or self-promoting vanity in this book, he tells it like he lived it.
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