Shakey loops

Alsop’s interpretations and her Bournemouth orchestra’s playing are every bit the equal of those on the continuing Nonesuch series of recordings - review by Matthew Rye, The Telegraph, November 20, 2004
Mediocre? Give your view in the poll on the right-hand sidebar. Feb 16 - poll results here It's a question of balance.

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pathogan said…
Not giving up on this one,eh brother?...The Chairman in the header?
pathogan said…
The Juxtaposition from the lack of freedom of music in East Germany to the Chairman Mao header is startling, and perhaps facetious?...Why did the Adams quote rile you so? Normally, your observations are balanced and your arguments not just cogent but actually[and here is the rarity] nuanced.

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