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Mozart and the King - Shared screen with speaker view
Richard R. Palmer
01:14:16
Her mike might be better on the music stand rather than the floor…..???
David Lee
01:16:36
Thanking You, Ms. Snider. Your presentation is wonderful…As I revere your dedication and the likes of Mozart, I am troubled that this music, like most musics of the world are controlled by an economic elite. Would you have any thoughts to share concerning this issue? And again, Thanks!
Richard R. Palmer
01:20:35
Remember the Baumol Effect of the economics of the string quartet: the productivity of the string quartet has not increased since the 18th Century…..
Marion Connell
01:27:23
I hope Nancy will keep us informed when this terrific group gives concerts. I'm sure some of us would like to attend in person.
Richard R. Palmer
01:31:21
Think her mike is now turned off….
Richard R. Palmer
01:32:04
Now back on
David Lee
01:34:25
Any thoughts on the string quartets of Morton Feldman? He mentored my own composition and (?) 35 years ago it still has meaning for my present work. Working with a horn 18,000 years old.
Richard R. Palmer
02:06:56
The King????
Richard R. Palmer
02:07:12
Elvis
Richard R. Palmer
02:14:48
The newly-released NSO season brochure lists lots and lots oof “unfamiliar” women’s and black compositions, virtually every concert…..
Marion Connell
02:17:45
Bravi!
Fern Ingber
02:19:55
What a marvelous program! Thank you for sharing your sensitivity to the importance of inclusion!
Marion Connell
02:20:48
Marin Alsop has been doing some wonderful work involving communities of color in classical music during her tenure with the BSO. She will be greatly missed ...
Geraldine Ostrove
02:22:52
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Richard R. Palmer
02:24:27
Many thanks!
Geraldine Ostrove
02:24:53
Thank you again.