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December 05, 2004

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Celeste Hutchins

Hello!

I just noticed this blog linking to me. I see you live in my hometown of Berkeley. I think it's likely that we know each other, but I'm afraid I can't find a name of anyone I recognize on the site. Drop me an email. I'll be home for the holidays soon. Maybe we can get a cup of coffee or something.

By the way, I was just listening to the player piano studies and they are amazing. Part of what's very nice is the timbre of the player piano. These wouldn't sound the same on a cocnert grand. I don't think a disk klaiver could actually play all of them anyway.

Celeste

Scott Spiegelberg

One of my students played a piece by Bishop at her senior recital last Sunday. It was a duet for flute and soprano, a very nice Mozart-ian piece.

Scott Spiegelberg

One of my students played a piece by Bishop at her senior recital last Sunday. It was a duet for flute and soprano, a very nice Mozart-ian piece.

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