Film, Video Conversation with Mahan Esfahani

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Conversation with Mahan Esfahani
Harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani speaks with Anne McLean of the Library of Congress' Music Division about Esfahani's virtual program for Concerts from the Library of Congress. Topics include J.S. Bach, Wanda Landowska, 20th-century and new music for the harpsichord, and the program Esfahani prepared for the Library consisting of works by J.S. Bach, J.C.F. Fischer, Martinů and Andriessen.
Event Date
April 30, 2021
Running Time
36 minutes 36 seconds
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