[f_minor] howard scott

Anita Monroe rubatoatm at gmail.com
Sat Oct 13 14:12:51 MDT 2012

I guess Howard didn't realize that some people would LIKE that humming,
even the hiccuping.  Those little ticks seem to make it more real somehow.
 You know a real human being is there.


On Sat, Oct 13, 2012 at 3:59 PM, michael macelletti <
mmacelletti at sbcglobal.net> wrote:

> actually,  what happened between howard scott and glenn gould  was
> predictable, even if the actual trigger-issue wasn't.   so you probably
> don't even need this posting. but, anyway, howard said that he was trying
> to get gould to do something about the humming. he found it impossible to
> even minimize it in the final product.  (  no mention was made of the
> hiccuping sound in the inventions,which was caused by over- regulation of
> the action . - he was in on that one too ) .    couple this with gould
>  trying to do some of the editing-producing even at that early stage, and
> you have the makings of the split. howard also said that gould was a
> fantastic pianist but totally impossible to work with. so, they just
> decided to part company, with gould being the catalyst. ( or, maybe ,
> howard as the catalyst ? ).           no surprise here, though.
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