pcnd5584 Posted February 11, 2008 Share Posted February 11, 2008 ======================== Well, we've from "non-art" to "not great art," which can only be a good thing. As someone who plays both classical and light music, I find myself asking whether Bach could ever have been a Gershwin, or whether Gershwin could ever have been a Bach, and I come up against a brick-wall. That's why I'm not clever enough. MM I am not sure that it would matter. Neither am I sure that it would be desirable. It often seems to be the case that good jazz musicians cannot play classical music convincingly - and vice versa. There are of course exceptions, one of the most obvious being the late Dudley Moore. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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