When you play in public and are that successful for so long, you hear so much from everybody in print and in films and television and restaurants and concert halls that you get this large sense of yourself. And no matter what effect that had on [Artur Rubinstein] personally—and it had a lot—when he was involved in music, whether it was playing or talking about it or listening, this would all completely disappear—just completely.
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