04. April 2008 · Comments Off · Categories: Ramble, Reviews

Oboist Perry Trosclair has an embouchure that will make your hair stand on end.

Well okay, then. That’s just fine. I guess.

The writer goes on with these:

Lauren Baker’s violin could bring tears to a statue. When Mark Prichard plays the cello, he delivers a full course banquet of musical osso bucco.

Finally, the unsung harpist of the evening, Rebecca Todano, caressed her instrument with the satin touch of a lover’s embrace. This is not to say that the other musicians were also-rans.

Sometimes I wonder when I read news articles: where do these writers come from? And do they have a card file with adjectives they deem musical, as well as a sentence card file for those clever sentences they are dying to use?

(Found here.)

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