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Piano-L, but didn't bookmark. Another reference in Piano-L
reminded me, and I am enchanted.
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with good content. I look forward to reading more from Music & Vision.
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|From: Merton Shatzkin
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why it is not. The idea is excellent, however, and I appreciate such a journal.
What I think is really outstanding is the appearance of this site!!!! Thank
|From: Basil Ramsey, Editor|
Thank you for your kind words. Our coverage of world news has to be extended
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|From: Paul Geffen
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|From: Douglas Leadbitter
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Larry Phelps. You mentioned a recent recording made by the organist of Hexham
Abbey - could you send me details?
|From: Basil Ramsey, Editor|
Details of the recording mentioned are now given at the end of the original article.
|From: Richard H. Fidler
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to reading more of your magazine.
|From: MMicky Shine|
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musical themes. Welcome...
|From: Eric Goldberg
I visited your site recently, and found it absolutely impossible to read
the type that is being used. It comes out very bad on my Mac using Netscape.
It is a pity because what I could decipher looks interesting. The only way
I could read one of your articles was to copy it to Claris Works and read
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From: Keith Bramich
Ooops! Thanks for telling us.We'll try to fix this in our site update shortly.
We're aware of a similar problem - an incompatibility between Music &
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|From: Juliette Passer|
I'd like to bring to your attention a new release of the Russian born composer
Emilian Sichkin - 'Romeo and Juliet' - a romantic symphonic tragedy for
orchestra, choir, synthesizers and soloists. Those familiar with Emilian's
music know him as a master of incredibly beautiful and romantic melodies.
His performance of the 'Concerto for Astronauts' and the 'Winds of Freedom'
by the National Orchestra at the Carnegie Hall in 1991 was met with 40 minutes
standing ovation and was highly acclaimed by the WQXR and Voice
of America. 'Romeo and Juliet,' in my opinion, is the most magnificent
and powerful of all of his works to date and it is so complex, that the
recording of it took over 6 years. I think you'll find this truly beautiful
and inspiring music interesting for review. You can listen to some excerpts
in Real Audio format at www.esrecords.com.
From: Basil Ramsey, Editor
We are interested to learn of a Russian composer whose name is not known
to us. The CD will be reviewed and published shortly.
Our thanks go to all those who've taken trouble to write to us. We feel
that progress has been made since January 1, but we are still at an early
stage in the development of our plans for Music & Vision. Readers'
input is vital to us, and we hope your interest will remain and increase
in the months ahead.
March 27th 1999