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Richard  Clayderman

Richard Clayderman (born 1954) is a true virtuoso pianist who has released numerous albums, including his renditions of some of the works of composers like Beethoven, Liszt, Chopin and Mozart. He is also known for his symphonical rendition of many modern songs including Yesterday, The Sound of Silence and Memory.

Born Philippe Pagès in Paris to a piano teacher, Clayderman started studying at a conservatory at 12. He has done more for popularising the piano since Beethoven and is widely regarded as the father of contemporary piano. Clayderman is the most successful instrumental artist the world has ever seen and holds the record of performing 200 concerts in 250 days.



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