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Rachmaninoff
as in:  Sergei Rachmaninoff


Rachmaninoff described his music as coming from his heart rather than his head.
  Russian composer and piano virtuoso described as one of the last great champions of the Romantic style (1873-1943)
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Rachmaninoff had a large hand span of approximately twelve inches.
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Associated words [difficulty]:   Rachmaninoff [8] , Robert Schumann [7] , Franz Liszt [9] , Gustav Mahler [9] , Beethoven [2] , Bach [3] , Mozart [3] , Richard Wagner [3] , Claude Debussy [6] , Handel [6] , Haydn [6] , Tchaikovsky [6] , Aaron Copland [7] , Antonio Vivaldi [7] , George Gershwin [7] , Robert Schumann [7] , Rossini [8] , Franz Liszt [9] , Gustav Mahler [9] , Puccini [9]
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