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January 22, 2012
There is a great deal of music in the world, and no one knows exactly why. But it does have its ready uses. The music business can make you rich and famous. The pianist Christopher O'Riley
admitted in The Times last week what a lot of classical musicians won't: He learned the piano, at least in part, to attract the attention of girls.
As I write this, a sparkling new recording of Tod Machover's "Sparkler," an infectious overture for orchestra and live electronics, is playing on my stereo and making itself useful. The CD, "but not simpler…," is...
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