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- A Metaphor For Leadership
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Benjamin Zander started his early musical training under the guidance of his father, in his native England, with lessons in cello and composition. When he was nine, Benjamin Britten, England's leading composer, and his close associate Imogen Holst, took an interest in his compositions and invited the family to spend three summers in Suffolk where he lived. This long association led to lessons in theory and composition.
Mr. Zander left school when he was fifteen, to study in Florence with the great Spanish cello virtuoso, Gaspar Cassad
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