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In “A Late Quartet”, is the Pablo Casals anecdote based on a true story?
In the movie, A Late Quartet, Peter (Walken) relates to his class an anecdote involving him and the cellist, Pablo Casals. Is this adapted from a true story? (Please provide the complete anecdote if ...
Apr 20 '13 at 19:01
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