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I was wondering about that too after reading the column - here's Alex
Ross' blog post regarding this question:
http://www.therestisnoise.com/2005/06/was_stravinsky_.html

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On Jun 28, 2005, at 12:41 PM, David Lennick wrote:

> Most interesting..I've forwarded the link to 78-L. But where did Ernest
> Ansermet get Jelly Roll Morton records in 1916, 7 years before Morton
> began
> recording?
>
> dl
>
> Tom Caw wrote:
>
>> Here it is:
>> http://www.newyorker.com/critics/atlarge/articles/050606crat_atlarge
>>
>> Alex Ross also has one of the more entertaining blogs going, called
>> The
>> Rest is Noise: http://therestisnoise.com/
>>
>> Tom Caw
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>>> I clicked on the link but can't find the article, just the NYT front
>>> page.  Can you post a link to the actual article?
>>>
>>> Joe Conway
>>> Technical Director
>>> Naropa University Audio Archive