Re: "small" audiences


Subject: Re: "small" audiences
From: David Worrall (drw@stimpy.anu.edu.au)
Date: Mon Aug 02 1999 - 11:29:43 EDT


On Aug 1, 6:40pm, Miriam Rainsford wrote:
> Subject: "small" audiences
....
> There is the larger venue of compact disc
> sales, where our successful "experiments" can reach
> thousands--with repeated listenings!! And radio,
> the web, of course.
>
> Don't be sad. Acoustic music has the same
> process of testing, acceptance, and broader
> success. It works. <<
>
as long as you want to restrict yourself to 2 channels, or
worse still, stereo.

...
> is groundbreaking new music but what is likely to sell. I cannot see that
> you could classify those works as a distillation of the best new music has
> to offer simply because they have been fortunate to appear in a commercial
> CD format!
>
absolutely!
D.

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