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A grand romance: Sophy Roberts goes in search of lost Bechsteins in Siberia

7 February 2020

10:00 PM

7 February 2020

10:00 PM

The Lost Pianos of Siberia Sophy Roberts

Doubleday, pp.384, £16.99

In the world of classic cars, barn-finds sometimes do occur. An old Mercedes Gullwing might be discovered under tarps and hay on a farm somewhere in Florida, say, or an E-type Jag exhumed from out-buildings in Norfolk. Such discoveries are relatively rare, yet news of them reaches far beyond specialist magazines and websites for one simple reason: people love classic cars.

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