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June 29, 2013


Jim Hermanson

Hey Doc-

Wonderful piece!

I very much enjoyed your tour into this particular quiet and wistful corner of Shakespearean dialogue. As you remarked, the craftsmanship involved here is measured by how much we usually don't trumpet the praises of such a scene. We don't exit the theater singing this tune. And that is perfect.

Thanks for the sharp-eyed and -eared elucidation.


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