British Dictionary definitions for brendel
- Alfred . born 1931, Austrian pianist and poet
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Brendel, besides being a fantastic adumbration of Ibsen, has propulsive power.
Brendel had not only sent him each work as it appeared, but had urged him to write, asking repeatedly, 'Why nothing about Brahms?'