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Death of eminent Liszt pianist, 91

The death is reported of Fernando Laires, a Portuguese pianist who became an important teacher at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY. He was 91. Laires founded the American Liszt Society in 1964. He made several noted recordings of Chopin and Beethoven.
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