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Phillip M Gallo
01/25/06 19:56
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Torrance
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#108323 - De-composing ...
Responding to: Andy Neil's previous message
A woman named Rosemary Brown had an album out in the late '60's where she performed new compositions from famous but notably de-composing composers. She explained she was channeling them and they where working through her.

Nicolas Slomnimsky's review was something like "proof that prolonged states of death can harm even the greatest of composers".

Perhaps many have read about the recent forensic work re: the reputed "skull" of WAM.

Also a good book re: Wolfgang, David Weiss's "Sacred and Profane."

regards,
p


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happy 170th birthday Wolfgang Amadeus      Erik Malund      01/25/06 14:17      
   Did you....      Jon Ledbetter      01/25/06 14:31      
      no, I was very poor in those days and co      Erik Malund      01/25/06 14:39      
   Err      Steve M. Taylor      01/25/06 14:48      
      Sorry, you are right, I was enjoying the      Erik Malund      01/25/06 15:03      
         Old recording ?      Steve M. Taylor      01/25/06 15:08      
            I saw that once performed by the musical      Erik Malund      01/25/06 15:24      
   to craig      Erik Malund      01/25/06 15:35      
   What's Mozart doing these days?      Andy Neil      01/25/06 17:37      
      De-composing ...      Phillip M Gallo      01/25/06 19:56      
         Monty Python      Steve M. Taylor      01/26/06 02:16      
   Items of Tat      Jez Smith      01/26/06 14:12      

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