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Gary Rinehart


"A song to Remember", Hollywood's distortion of the life of Chopin, was Gary’s first inspiration to become a classical pianist. Later, after hearing Art Tatum and Teddy Wilson, Gary’s musical education turned toward jazz. On his turn with the draft Gary became a musician in the Navy. Funds to assist with college and law school were on the GI Bill, an occasional piano gig and his wife Sharon’s willingness to work to “put him through”. During his law practice the piano has been Gary’s companion. He says: “A lawyer who plays the piano is like a doctor who plays chess, but lawyers don’t have the patience to play chess.” Gary plays “the standards”, remembering that in times past we danced to them, and, more importantly, that they were songs, with lyrics we knew


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