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The Maestro

Translated from the Spanish by Kimberly Borchard Edward Said was many things for many people, but in reality, his was a musician’s soul, in the deepest sense of the word. He wrote about important universal issues such as exile, politics, integration. However, the most surprising thing for me, as his friend and great admirer, was the realization that, on many occasions, he actually formulated ideas and reached conclusions through music; …

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