Started by Sean, February 22, 2009, 03:13:18 PM
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Quote from: karlhenning on May 03, 2016, 10:45:50 AMI marvel that he can keep them straight, himself. (I mean, assuming for the sake of argument that he does.)
Quote"How does one get in touch with the Guinness Book of Records people?" ponders the 56-year-old conductor. "Has anyone composed 22 symphonies in a year before this?" Segerstam is highly regarded on the conductor's podium, but his compositions do not enjoy quite the same undivided appreciation. He has nevertheless managed to get his music across quite well in the concerts he conducts. "My newest symphonies are performed without a conductor. In this way I can pass up my conducting fees when these works are performed", he says.In recent yearsthe response of the public, the music critics, and the record companies towards Segerstam's work has not been altogether negative.
Quote from: karlhenning on May 04, 2016, 07:18:49 AMPushing that left-handed compliment envelope! has not been altogether negative . . . .
Quote from: (poco) Sforzando on May 04, 2016, 07:31:04 AMShould we have a poll on "what is your least altogether negative" Segerstam symphony?Personally, I feel less negative towards 174 than I do about 207, but it's a toss up between 115 and 198.
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