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Wilhelm Backhaus holds a place among pianists roughly comparable to that of Everest among mountains. Backhaus had it all - majesty and subtlety, intellectual probity and superhuman technique, presence and grace. His career spanned 70 years and his influence may be found in the playing of some of today's finest pianists — including Maurizio Pollini, who has always credited Backhaus as one of his greatest influences. The present collection features the early Backhaus - ranging from the startlingly clear and vital 1908 recordings of Rachmaninoff, Liszt, Weber and Chopin to a rhapsodic interpretation of the Schumann Fantasie which dates from 1937.

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Wilhelm Backhaus is remembered as a straightforward pianist whose often gruff interpretations were lightly leavened by stylistic throwbacks to an older style of Romantic keyboard playing. But in his youth, he was renowned as a virtuoso with flawless technique, and in his prime as an interpreter whose technically immaculate playing could impress while retaining interpretive integrity. This collection gives an excellent cross-section of that Backhaus, including many surprises for those who know only the latter-day Brahms and Beethoven specialist. Those composers are here, too, in concerto recordings from 1927 to 1932 performed with more volatility and poetry than in his later stereo outings. Backhaus's Chopin may also surprise, including the Opus 10 études, which are among the best ever recorded. Other highlights are a magnificent Schumann Fantasy in C, a lyrical Schubert "Trout" Quintet, and such keyboard dazzlers as the Rachmaninoff C-sharp minor Prelude (made in 1908!) and Moszkowski's Caprice espagnole. Great playing and transfers make this indispensable for piano buffs. --Dan Davis

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Vascular Specialist – October 2021

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  • “Not all cuts disappear”: We take a look at the threat posed to vascular surgery—and the office-based lab (OBL) setting in particular—by looming cuts to Medicare. Reporting includes the presidential address delivered by Kellie R. Brown, MD, at the 2021 annual meeting of the Midwestern Vascular Surgical Society (MVSS) in Chicago (p. 1 and 6)
  • Andrew J. Meltzer, MD, takes a look at medical liability in vascular practice, declaring: “We don’t have a quality problem. We have a medicolegal system problem” (p. 2 and 4)
  • News from the 2021 Eastern Vascular Society (EVS) annual meeting in Charleston, South Carolina, including: “Registry data show greater clot chronicity on post-procedure inspection than initially predicted” (p. 8)
  • Another story from the EVS meeting involves a report on the 18-year experience of Gregg Landis, MD, with PTFE bypass grafts: “PTFE crural bypasses: ‘Very acceptable patency, excellent limb salvage is obtainable with a fairly aggressive approach’” (p. 15)
  • Late-breaking trial data presented at the Vascular Interventional Advances (VIVA) 2021 meeting in Las Vegas, including: “Two-year Ranger DCB data: ‘Sustained, high rate’ of device efficacy” (p. 16)
  • A bumper Corner Stitch section, which includes W. James Melvin, MD, on his journey as a trainee surgeon-scientist, covering on mentorship, passion and the importance of parallel projects (p. 20–21)
  • SVS Foundation grows donation base, ‘yielding an impressive return on investment,’ chair Peter Lawrence, MD, writes (p. 25)

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