Marta Waterman and the sound of silents

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When Marta Waterman was a toddler, she didn’t bang on the piano like other children, but, according to her mother, “listened and tried to make it sound pretty.” When she later learned to read music, the young girl had played so much by ear that “It was like learning to read English, in that it was a language I already knew.”
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