Pianist known for her transcription of Bach's "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring


1 Answer 4 letters
Hess 4 letters
Similar Clues:
Informal refusal
Cowboy's suffix for buck
Prefix for fiction
Canadian city named for Queen Victoria
Asset-freezing org. (CONTEST ALERT! My new all-skill, solve-at-home crossword contest benefiting the Alzheimer's Foundation of America is Sept. 30. First prize, $2,500. For details visit www.alzfdn.
Fiddler on the Roof" setting that answers the question "Where else could Sabbath be so sweet?
Conform to masculine stereotypes by repressing one's feelings, which, as we all know, works out well for everyone
Iowa setting for the League of Sofa Manufacturers convention?
Part of a colon
A crossword editor has to be very careful when changing one--unlike this puzzle's editor, who was careless four times herein
Pianist known for her transcription of Bach's "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
Lawyer, for short
Pen name of Charles Henry Smith
Type of hat
Bone that Napoleon Dynamite's grandma broke after falling off her dune buggy
One of Santa's reindeer
Type of lizard
Margaret Thatcher's middle name
Item deemed by a hi-tech company president in 1977 to be unreasonable for home use
Makes uniform
Actor Cary with the new memoir "As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales From the Making of 'The Princess Bride'
Form of Cecilia
Item of value
Pull with effort
Punk-rock offshoot
Northern diving seabird
Neighbor of Peru
Girls" actress who's the daughter of actress Lindsay Crouse: 2 wds.
Kind of lab
Oft-quoted Chairman