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Mirror Image:

--- Quote from: Brian on October 23, 2021, 07:05:18 AM ---How the heck is a John Williams Boston Pops box coming out before an Arthur Fiedler Boston Pops box?

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Maybe because John Williams sells?

DaveF:

--- Quote from: Mirror Image on October 23, 2021, 06:46:16 AM ---Upcoming:



Looks like a great program, but why does every album that is released now have to have some kind of stupid title? What can't this be titled Bartók/Ligeti/Dutilleux String Quartets? Is that too simplistic? Too generic? It's better than Not All Cats Are Grey. That's for damn sure!

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3 pieces on the disc, Métamorphoses nocturnes, Ainsi la nuit and Bartók's completely un-nocturnal 2nd quartet.  Hence... but I'm sure you'd worked it out anyway.  God help us :'(

Symphonic Addict:

--- Quote from: Mirror Image on October 23, 2021, 07:34:18 AM ---Maybe because John Williams sells?

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And he does very much.

Artem:

--- Quote from: Mirror Image on October 23, 2021, 06:46:16 AM ---Upcoming:
Looks like a great program, but why does every album that is released now have to have some kind of stupid title? What can't this be titled Bartók/Ligeti/Dutilleux String Quartets? Is that too simplistic? Too generic? It's better than Not All Cats Are Grey. That's for damn sure!

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Maybe there's a hidden bonus track of Ligeti's lost 3rd string quartet titled Not All Cats Are Grey?

amw:
The saying in question ("All cats are grey in the dark") has always bothered me because whoever came up with it has clearly never seen a cat in the dark. You can still pretty easily tell what colour they are. I know it's supposed to be a metaphor, but I've never metaphor that I've liked.

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