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Re: The Bach Choral Dilemma
Unfortunately this posting was ascribed to me incorrectly (as is
evident - I don't have wife - though I do have a husband). I had
responded to an earlier posting by Sigard Saue.
Why does Diana describe such sad stories in which a wife
obliges her guy to listen to interpretations he does not like?
Why is the player not allowed to pause for each bass note?
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Leon van Noorden
Van: AUDITORY Research in Auditory Perception
[mailto:AUDITORY@LISTS.MCGILL.CA]namens Tóth László
Verzonden: 29 jan 03 11:23
Onderwerp: Re: The Bach Choral Dilemma
On Tue, 28 Jan 2003, Diana Deutsch wrote:
> >My wife has a recording of the cello suites by Morten Zeuter, a Danish
> >cellist, in which he pauses slightly before and after every bass note
> >and thereby destroys the streaming effect. I have always been
> >that performance (I even think it got a Danish music award).
Excuse my ignorance, but if performance can cause such a huge difference,
then shouldn't it be denoted somehow in the music sheet?
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