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Re: GG:has the electronic future arrived?

Thanks for the tip Sivan.

I downloaded the Brandenburg Concerti from this site.  For anyone who ever
tried to play concerti from the Music Minus One Records this new method is
miraculous.  You can slow down the tempo for practice. This sure beats
trying to play at the rip roaring speeds the records use.  I played along
with the Allegro movement of #3 this afternoon and could choose whatever
tempo I wanted. My copy of the score of the Brandenburgs is incomplete.  I
plan to remedy this and have a lot of fun playing them with the Super

The sound is certainly not as good as you get from a good CD player, but for
those of you who like to fiddle with instrumentation you can have a ball.
-----Original Message-----
From: Sivan Etedgee <sme@cisunix.unh.edu>
To: F_Minors <f_minor@email.rutgers.edu>
Date: Wednesday, February 23, 2000 11:39 PM
Subject: GG:has the electronic future arrived?

>This article in the New York Times was recently pointed out to me:
>Someone created a program that allows a user to interpret music
>electronically; it seems to be something that Gould prophesied!  For
>more accurate and detailed information connect to the above link.
>-sivan e.