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Subject: Re: I smell a book in the making
From: don warner saklad <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:don warner saklad <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 7 Dec 2017 04:06:25 -0500

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Writings, literature, correspondence...  can turn up for Maestro of
notoriety James Levine

Music history buffs/scholars might document  works, writings, literature,
correspondence, compositions of the Maestro of Notoriety James Lawrence

For example composing a piece or two would be a part of study at The
Juilliard School. A JL composition might be something for music history
along with whatever turns up by way of writings.

On Thu, Dec 7, 2017 at 3:34 AM, Les Mitnick <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I wouldn't be a bit surprised if some insider within the Met organization
> decides, or has
> possibly already decided, to write a tell-all book about James Levine.  Of
> course for the
> book to be valid, it has to be backed by facts and proof.  I'm sure that
> opera lovers and
> music people will be very interested in reading about it.
>      Also, while Mr. Levine himself may emerge from this with a mere slap
> on the wrist (in
> consideration of his age and physical problems, his days of wielding a
> baton are certainly
> over.
>      I agree with a previous poster that predicts that he will merely slip
> out of sight, go into
> total hiding, and seek a sanctuary in some obscure place in the U.S. or in
> Europe.  I doubt
> whether he will be seen again.
>      Since these events most certainly took place prior to the Gelb
> administration, I don't
> think this gets the Met off the hook.  There could be charges of cover-up,
> obstruction of
> justice in the form of payouts, as well as the onslaught of lawsuits
> against the Met, who a
> good lawyer could accuse of being complicit in this ugly affair.
>      No ----- this is most emphatically NOT over.  It is just beginning,
> and there's a possibility
> that the Met could pay dearly for this.
>      I'm also sure that within the next year, there will be a tell-all
> book but it had better be
> based on fact and on proof than mere supposition.
>      It shouldn't be written, but money is a powerful motivator.

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