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References to Shakespeare, Chaucer, Mozart, Salieri (and by association,
Peter Sheaffer), Pushkin, Rimsky-Korsakov (who never had an original
musical idea IMHO-he mangled Mussorgsky, but at least he taught
Stravinsky), Miles Davis (listen to his playing on the Gil Evans'
arrangement of Porgy and Bess), and Eliot.
And just for the halibut, I'm going to mention Foucault.
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