Christi says that I am making all the mistakes that new symphony composers make. Apparently, if you have the whole symphony playing at once, you’re kind of assaulting the audience. She says this is a bad thing. She says, “the symphony is the strings. It’s like if you have a dress, the other instruments are just the lace.” I said, ok, I’ll cut the strongs from my thirty second introduction. She said, “No, then it’s like you’re just warpping a person in nothing but lace and it’s all see-through…” The conversation sort of went astray around then…

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Charles Céleste Hutchins

Supercolliding since 2003

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