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364pp. 'This collection includes both short pieces and longer articles, some about musicians whom Page knew well and including Glenn Gould and Otto Luening and Vladimir Horowitz. There are close-up glimpses at Midori, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, Dawn Upshaw, and Bobby McFerrin, as well as Frank Sinatra and Captain Beefheart. He talks about opera and Grand Prix racing with Plácido Domingo, draws out Robert Shaw in the great choral conductor’s last long interview, shares his passions for certain avant-garde rock composers, and stays by the side of a courageous young composer and pianist determined to play his last concert as he is dying of AIDS'