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Translated from Spanish
After finishing high school, I came from the interior of Chile to Santiago, to study at the university. I stayed at the house of my aunt, who was a Christian Scientist.
One day, they didn't have an organist at her church, and she asked if I would play the music. I agreed, with the intention of doing it because I wanted to pay back my aunt for all the good things she had done for me.
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