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Theosophy and the Perfect Piano

References to Theosophy often appear in unexpected places. One of those is the following autobiographical account:

Grand Obsession: A Piano Odyssey, by Perri Knize (New York: Scribner, 2008). “In this heartfelt, lyrical memoir, a woman’s unstoppable passion for the piano takes her across continents and oceans in search of the elusive sound of a perfect instrument—and reminds us that following our dreams can transform our lives at any age.” (http://www.grandobsession.com/synopsis/index.html)

From chapter 21, “The Anthroposophist”:

“I have something for you,” Carl says, sounding excited, and he presents me with the shopping bag. Inside are several books. “Keep them for as long as you like.”

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