Jacqueline Du Pré: Impressions
"Jacqueline du Pré was a musical phenomenon almost as soon as she was out of the cradle, and became an internationally famous virtuoso well before the age of twenty. Tragically her career as a cellist was cut short by multiple sclerosis, but she refuses to be embittered by her illness, remarking instead that she is lucky her talent developed early, enabling her in a short time to achieve everything she could have wanted." -- Book jacket.
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