Must We Mean What We Play?

In Creative Chords: Studies in Music. Gracewing. pp. 89--110 (2000)

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Ian Ground
University of Sunderland
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Must We Mean What We Play? INTRODUCTION It was Sir Thomas Beecham who said,'The English do not care for music-but they love the noise it makes.'Sir Thomas was, of course, given to making acerbic swipes but this one has always seemed to me to have.
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