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June 30, 2008

IN KEEPING WITH THIS BLOG'S STRICT POLICY OF NOT MAKING FUN OF NAMES

We will not be able to draw your attention to the second author listed for this book.

(Thanks to The Amazing Steve&trade)

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"You can call me Ray &trade...."

Clearly tonal music is stimulating.

This book is a stroke of genious.

Note also the "key phrase" listed:

"prolongational head"

Not that there's anything wrong with prolongational head.

Peter, from my experience alcohol will prolong it.

It gets better. I'm in music in higher education, so I actually have to be vaguely familiar with this book. The first syllable of the first author's name rhymes with "leer", so go ahead and repeat that last-name sequence, and imagine hearing that reference six or ten times in the course of some poor student's doctoral comprehensive examination...

Steve's problem is Dave needs a semicolon.

And while we're not making fun of names, I bought gas this afternoon from an attendant named Ethan L.

Steve's problem is Dave needs a semicolon.

And while we're not making fun of names, I bought gas this afternoon from Ethan L.

You missed the really good part:

Key Phrases: prolongational head, underlying grouping structure, cadenced groups, Interaction Principle, Minor Symphony, Prolongational Hypothesis

It would be offensive if "FRONT" were in his surname.

You're terrible, Muriel.

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