A rather funny review

In his review, "NEW BEDFORD SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: Choral Societies augment Mendelssohn's last oratorio," critic Benjamin Dunham writes:
Together with Teresa Coffman, Paul Cienniwa shared the duty of preparing the combined choruses, whose singing, whether in tutti or in assignments for women’s and men’s voices, provided a rich tapestry of vocal moods. Cienniwa also played Zeiterion’s theater organ in an accompanying role. If anyone could make this organ, so appropriate for silent movies, sound right in a work like “Elijah,” it would be Cienniwa. Evidently, no one can.

Well, at least I'm in good company!

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