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James Henry Fields

James Henry Fields was born in Los Angeles ca. on November 1, 1948 and died at his sisters home in shadow hills, ca. on November 15, 1984. A protégé of Rudolf Serkin, Fields distinguished himself as one of the foremost pianists of his time. His life and ability was often paralleled to that of Mozart's, and his ability to interpret Mozart's work has never been challenged. Fields made his orchestral debut when he was but ten years old and went on to solo extensively with almost every major orchestra in North and South America and Europe.

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