When Performance Practice is seen as Property

Pr Performance Practice is seen as Property, bad

This is an amusing post from conductor, Ken Woods. In reality, of course, no one owns the interpretation of a piece of music, but as Ken so wittily points out, sometimes we take ourselves too seriously when we insist on how a piece of music should “go.”

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