Good grief, or is that Greif?

Isn't intelligent computer software wonderful? A search on Amazon.co.uk for Harmonia Mundi's new release of Olivier Greif's moving Sonate de Requiem (1979-1993) brings up the following useful sponsored link.

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For more on Olivier Greif (1950-2000) follow this link, or listen to a sample from his Trio (1998) from the same recommended new Harmonia Mundi release -


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