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Subject: I agree it's a shame, but is he any more forgotten than, say, Paul Whiteman, or any other major figure in music from before 1940?


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Date Posted: Wednesday, July 12, 06:16:08am
In reply to: theChronicler 's message, "Amazing, today's Gershwin is seemingly forgotten by the American public." on Wednesday, July 12, 01:30:24am

I would hope some are rediscovering that period's music via YouTube, but too many people still have the attitude that "if it was before my time it doesn't count".

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I don't agree - the 'Rhapsody in Blue' and the other major concerts works are played all the time (NT)He's performed more often than Duke Ellington or Aaron CoplandWednesday, July 12, 09:28:01am


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