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Tuesday, October 14, 197'5

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

Tuesday, October 14, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five

LETTERS TO THE ARTS EDITOR
Wind Ensemble critique
termed 'not worth the ink'

nce-wu 1-1 nn thnce.
T 1: 1, f e ifcoverr
ferrii@f

To The Daily: a wonder he heard a note. Any-,
It isn't often that I read some- one who attends concerts hand-
thing that gives me reason to cuffed by his girlfriend has:
laugh-I mean really laugh, some definite problems. No onef
stand on my head and spit nic- asked me, but I would say that:
kels. But I must admit that The the young man should seek pro-1
Daily has provided me with the fessional help.-Take a nice mu-
biggest charge for my funny- sic appreciation course, Mr.
bone, as well as disgusting me Selbst, and if you have time,!
to the point of nausea. Irefer a course on professional journal-I
of course to Jeffreya Selbst's ism.
"review" of the Wind Ensemble- Ann McCutchan
Symphonic Band concert, that October 11
contribution to his pile of criti-1
cal dung which has the entire1
Music School rocking with I reiterate the o p i n i o n
laughter.
Mr. Selbst is obviously not a Arts briefs:
musician, and hardly a writer
with any sense of morals. Any-
one who appears to attend con-I N e a r ly 10,000 tournamenta
certs in hopes of using them as bridge players-representing all
a vehicle for his wit is not 50 states, most Canadian prov-
worth his ink. I wonder serious- inces, and several foreign coun-
ly if anyone looked over his tries - descend upon Detroit's
manuscript when preparing last Cobo Hall today for the start of
Friday's issue of the Daily? If the annual Motor City Regional
so, perhaps it is true that Ann Bridge Tournament.
Arbor is hard up for entertain- The tournament is sponsored'
ment and The Daily is having by the Michigan Bridge Associa-
Selbst save the day by amusing tion under the auspices of the
us with his reeking comedy. Or, American C o n t r a c t Bridge
could it be that Ann Arbor is League. Only the three nation-
just hard up for good music ide tournaments held each year
critics? are of greater importance than
I can excuse Mr. Selbst a bit; the Motor City Regional.
for his tin-ear; no one hears . Participants will be competing
perfectly, not even would-be for master points, which are
music critics. The musicians he used to rank various levels of

stated in the article--the con-
cert was, for me, a waste of
time. The judgment of a per-
formance should not rest up-i
on the consideration of inex-
perience of the performers,
nor should it be based in a
kind of scholarly ivory tower
where it is inaccessible to the
audience. Opinions differ; the
elements desired in a per-
formance are different for
any two people. And it is the
prerogative of the reviewer to
relate what he or she hears.
-Jeffrey Selbst
tournament bridge accomplish-
ment. Black points, the most.
common type, will be awarded
to those who place in secondary
events. Red and gold points, the
rarest sort, will be awarded to
those who place in the major'
evehts.
Team competition . will take
place at 1:3 Oand 8 p.m. tnignt,
tomorrow, and Thursday. Spe-

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HARPSICHORDIST Gustav Leonhardt thoughtfully considers the score before him during last
night's sellout concert, sponsored by the University Musical Society, in Rackham Auditorium.

cial masters and non-mascrs
pairs will compete Friday and
Saturday. In a dd it i on, side
games will be held Thur day
through Sunday concurrent with
the major games, if attendance
warrants..
-Mark Friedlander

personally stabbed with his
sarcasm know enough to see
right through his ignorance. But
please, sirs, what does he know
that gives him the authority to
cut the music he obviously has
no conception of? Where are his!
copies of the scores?
From Mr. Selbst's descrip-
tion of his physical condition
while seated at the concert, it's
There IS a"
. difference!!!
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