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Mostly expected. He was a greate pianist. Well known. and he flush it all the toilet also his marriage, for the bottle.
he even sold his Steinway for it so that was far out he even gave unique recording of piano concert hold by now dead very known artists in a priovate session using a special wind pipe piano in austreich, that he gave away for 3 beers at a local pub..
same went with unique books antiquity, everything went out.
And after eh did so he couldnt record it and search after those things and thougth he had been stollen by his.. friends!
he accused me of it a couple of times..
it was terrible.
But his last 3 months, he was in the stret had lost his home and all.
Froma known pianist givign concert at the symphony, and being acclamed and so much wanted, he ended up as an alcoholic in the street living in his own dirt, unshaved, long stinky and greasy hairs, eyes blured, who couldnt talk rigth, shaking like hell, and lost.
he was still kind till the last. he was a very nice and talented, and smiling and generous, and funny person.
but he died of alcoholism.
Alcohol is an egoistic *****. it give nothing over leave nothing over to anyone else. and it eat you to the bone. There si no difference between coke or heroin or alcohol. They all create dependency based on the same part of the brain and cause same sufferign in life and physicaly.
They said oh so many lies at his funerail.. so many bad friends and good weather friends there.. cause he was known..
so many pweople who had did him worng and even came with some bottle while he was under treatment to recover form it and who broke his treatement and were directly the cause of his death.
So many nobodies saying whatever about the guy.
I didnt made a speech,. There was nothign to say. He had said it all.
i was with him to fight the beast. I just didnt knew what kind of beast it was.. Now i do. But he is gone.