There was a performance of Mahler's das Lied von der Erde at Carnegie Hall where the tenor took ill right before the performance. Too late to get a replacement, they did only the contralto songs.
Another time in Philadelphia, the solo violinist forgot about time and missed the matinee performance. Truncated program.
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A little thought that has nothing to do with politics.
So the conductor has been removed, the musicians have left the stage, and the queen just sits there? I would have loved to see actually how the concert progressed? Do you think they let him back on stage to conduct the concert? Or maybe everyone just left? Never have I been to a concert where the conductor became sick in the middle of the concert. I have seen a last minute change a day or even a few hours when a conductor or a soloist became ill and a replacement was found. Who do you call at such a beyond the last minute? And what do you tell them?
"Hello, can you rush to the Met, the conductor went Koo Koo?"
בתאריך 31/07/14 11:38 PM, ציטוט Paul Stamler:
> Let us, please, not get into the Israel-Palestine mess on this list.
> Please. James mentions slippery slopes -- and already is referring to
> a musician as "slime".
> People aren't slime, and the quick descent of the discussion to that
> level shows how raw the emotions surrounding this issue can be.
> So, please, LET'S NOT GO THERE. Let the partisans of Likud and Hamas
> fight it out in some other rhetorical forum.
> On 7/31/2014 1:21 PM, James Roth wrote:
>> Well, here is a perfect example of "slippery slope".
>> The subject IS way-off topic, but when slime tries to use classical
>> music to spread its lies and hate, it's fair game for us to mention
>> and expose it, AT LEAST!!
>> Okey, so what WERE we talking about before?
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>> I think it might have been fine I he stopped just before he read that
>> passage from the Koran about Jesus.Thanks for sharing this.|||Roger>
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>> To: [log in to unmask]> > This is WAY off-topic, but having
>> watched the video, I'm forced to respond. No, he was not giving HM a
>> speech on the beauty of Islam, he was lecturing her and the rest of
>> the audience that he was right and they were not. This was rude in
>> the extreme, not simply because he was addressing a queen, but
>> because he was attempting to instill his way over all others. Most of
>> us learned not to do this in kindergarten. He must have missed that
>> day.> > I am not anti-Islam, but I would refuse to tolerate this
>> fool, any Jehovah's Witnesses, or indeed anyone else to tell me that
>> their way was the only right way. I think he was treated
>> extraordinarily well and politely by the!
> He didn't deserve such treatment.> > -Larry> > > > >
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> by police in Holland.> > HM Queen Beatrix was present and the guest
> conductor, a Muslim man, was giving her a speech from the podium on
> the beauty of Islam, when...> > Well see for yourself:> >
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