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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001144.txt from 2003/06

From: (Tony Pay)
Subj: [kl] The Stravinsky chord
Date: Sun, 29 Jun 2003 17:10:16 -0400

List members will recall Martin Powell explaining here very recently (30
May) why his disc contains a rather charmingly irrelevant piano chord in
the Stravinsky Three Pieces. (He played me that bit, a year or so ago,
before kindly giving me a copy.)

I said during a recent phone conversation with Martin, before 30 May,
that I supposed it must have been a bit of a nuisance to remove the
piano chord before he sent the discs out to list members. No, he said,
the piano chord is on all the discs.

Now, prior to his explanatory post, *nobody* who wrote to the list about
Martin's disc -- and there were quite a few of them -- mentioned this
chord in their posts. (And it is quite a startling interpolation, you
have to admit.)

What I want to ask is: does that fact suggest that as well as not
reading what people write, as is amply demonstrated by the 'NoName'
controversy, we don't listen to what they play?

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