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I can’t, which raises the inevitable question: what exactly has changed in the last say 70 years? Concert organisers and impresarios, who used to be in the business because they loved music first and wanted to make a living second, now care about nothing but money. The circle is vicious: because tasteless ignoramuses use every available medium to build up musical nonentities, nonentities is all we get.
We have yet to see if it will be the same for Lola. [but] there’s more to her than meets the eye.” The male reader is clearly expected to get a stiffie trying to imagine what that might be.To help his imagination along, the piece is accompanied by a photo of the young lady in question reclining on her instrument in a pre-coital position with an unmistakable ‘come and get it’ expression on her face.The ‘monochrome’ piano is actually bright-red, a colour usually found not in concert halls but in dens of iniquity.
Nowhere does the review mention the fact obvious to anyone with any taste for musical performance: the girl is so bad that she should indeed be playing in a brothel, rather than on the concert platform.
local Links Enabled=false And here is 2010 story with some great vintage quotes about her attitudes: It is interesting to read about Astanova (below), who sees fashion as an expression and extension of her creativity and artistry, and to learn how her musical training went at Rice University with Jon Kimura Parker and others.