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Antonio J.
Madrid, Spain
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Chesky's violin concerto

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Romy, I've seen you're playing today that concert. How is it? Interesting and worth the expense? I never listened something composed by David so your true music lover opinion will be appreciated.

Regards,

Antonio
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Romy the Cat


Boston, MA
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Chesky's disaster...
I feel that it was quite horrible peace of music. Actually knowing David and his “visions” I did not anticipate anything else. I was inspired by David to write a review about his concerto, but I’ve decided do not post it. It was kind of too critical and too brutal and would be too torturing for him to read, although he deserves it :-) However, at the same CD the is a vocal peace, I believe it was cut #4, that was surprisingly nice.

The Cat


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Antonio J.
Madrid, Spain
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Thanks for the info
I'm not very fond of contemporary composers, but I thought it might be an exception.... It's not, so thanks for saving me a few bucks.

Regards,

Antonio
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