The piano by its black and white keys always attracted me, my father showed me how to use... and slowly I got into playing.
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I am not what one calls a celebrity.
I am rather discreet and shy!
I do not remember the most challenging one but I remember that many of the titles I have recorded have been quite challenging for me.
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In fact although I have studied in a Conservatory the classical piano, I do not consider myself a classical pianist.
In fact, among the 1000 titles which I have recorded in the past 35 years, there are less than 10% of classical titles.
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