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Special Interview Music: Richard Clayderman

Richard ClaydermanRichard Clayderman, born Robert Louis Philippe Pagès in 1953, is one of the most famous musicians and pianists of our time. The name "Clayderman" is a stage name and refers to his Scandinavian roots. He started his career at a time when disco was the predominant music style and began as a bar pianist and background musician for variety artists. Taught at a very early age by his father, himself an accordion and piano player, he was admitted to the conservatory in Paris when he was 12. In 1977 he recorded "Ballade pour Adeline", composed by a friend of his producer Olivier Toussaint. The song was an unexpected and instant success, becoming a huge hit at a time when disco music was in fashion (the same year as „Saturday Night Fever“). Richard Clayderman’s records and CDs have sold 120 million copies to date. In his interview with Christian Dueblin, Richard Clayderman talks about his approach to music, his personal feelings about "Ballade pour Adeline", his music and interpretations which have withstood every music fashion, his partnership with Olivier Toussaint and about comments made by other great musical personalities in their interviews with Xecutives.net.   The interview...

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