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post #61 of 78
Thanks to the four of you anonymous donors who have communicated by PM. And as well to those who have pledged here on the board ... and fulfilled their pledges. Still a ways to go. There have to be at least 11 more of you somewhere out there who aren't struggling college students?.? Attorneys? Ad Sales Directors? Professional E-bay Sellers? Tiemakers and/or Tailors? Doctors? And thanks, Koji, for the advance listen. Greatly appreciated. Alex
post #62 of 78
I liked what I saw and heard. On the off chance that anyone thinks I'm strangely absent from this thread I'll have to confess that going back to school has forced me to prioritize my spending. Next big splurge will be on summer shoes for my kid - no contest, I'm afraid... B
post #63 of 78
I really enjoyed Koji's CD. I would encourage members to contrribute according to their ability and ask nicely for a CD
post #64 of 78
If someone could PM me the snail-mail I would be happy to chip in $25; Lord knows I've spent that on dead Russian pianists who never saw any of the money. Mr. Checks (frustrated music school dropout)
post #65 of 78
I'm in for $100. Where do we pay?
post #66 of 78
Thank you. PM'd you the addresses.
post #67 of 78
Don't get me wrong the CD was good, but... Jon.
post #68 of 78
Koji, Ya got cash, can ya spare a CD?
post #69 of 78
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(ImageWIS) Don't get me wrong the CD was good, but... Jon.
Huh? Confused ........ What question were you answering (we old farts tend to get lost easily)?
post #70 of 78
Having known Koji for years, I must say that his playing is as noble as his personality. A performer is not judged by the dexterity of his fingers or the spread of his collars, but by his spirit and discipline in the art he practises. His diligence and immense knowledge has always been an inspiration to other lowly pianists like the rest of us. As a colleague, I really appreciate the support and generosity of forum members. Little do we know that other than supporting for the arts, Koji needs support on great many other things as well ... advise on relationship with women will be equally helpful ........
post #71 of 78
I can't imagine an impeccably well-dressed Julliard pianist would have any trouble attracting women. So surely you must be joking.
post #72 of 78
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Little do we know that other than supporting for the arts, Koji needs support on great many other things as well ... advise on relationship with women will be equally helpful
I'm not sure we could publicly raise funds for that ... unless we are in Nevada or Amsterdam ...
post #73 of 78
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I can't imagine an impeccably well-dressed Julliard pianist would have any trouble attracting women. So surely you must be joking.
Oh great, we've got pianist envy.
post #74 of 78
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(ImageWIS) Don't get me wrong the CD was good, but... Jon.
Huh? Confused ........ What question were you answering (we old farts tend to get lost easily)?
It was an inside joke for Koji... Jon. (the CD was fantastic, btw)
post #75 of 78
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It was an inside joke for Koji... Jon. (the CD was fantastic, btw)
I wonder how long that David lasts with that attitude working in Brioni. He also talks (incessantly) about other (big) customers. We appreciate his honesty and all, but it felt like high school, in a weird sense.
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