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Re: [ARSCLIST] Sound--real vs. recorded--was: discography of "direct-to-disk revival"?
Well, I actually saw a moronic imbecile answer her cell phone, hang up,
answer again, then threaten the lady next to her when she had the
audacity to tell her to shut the hell up. That was at the Meyerson
Symphony Center in Dallas for, IIRC, The Planets.
Ahh, isn't it a great time to be alive! Reintroduction of live
executions on the courthouse square couldn't be far behind.
David Lennick wrote:
steven c wrote:
The one notable classical
performance I have attended (Vladimir Horowitz in Massey Hall, Toronto)
was in a room with notable acoustic qualities (as well as a much quieter
and more dignified audience...?!).
HA! I was beside an idiot who kept moaning and groaning and snorting through
anything he didn't like in that concert, which covered most of the Rachmaninoff
pieces. I was also on the ground floor but under the first balcony, so his
running commentary bounced back to me better than Mr. Horowitz's playing.