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“When he's engaged in his interpretations, it's as if sheet-music staves melt and flow away.”
“For New York's sheet-music sellers, laid low by every innovation from the radio to the ringtone, there hasn't been a holiday season that approached the boom days of 1934 in a long, long time.”
“His sheet-music store, Dowling Music, opened on 57th Street in 2010 as an extension of a Houston-based enterprise co-owned by the concert pianist.”
“One of the city's sheet-music stalwarts, Joseph Patelson Music House, closed in 2009 after 70 years in business.”
“As the city's sheet-music sellers hang on, Christmas still delivers a small and reliable boost as would-be carolers and family sing-along enthusiasts come in search of perennial holiday hits, from Rudolph to the theme to "A Charlie Brown Christmas.”
“Colony is not quite alone in Manhattan's small sheet-music sector.”
“In the weeks before Christmas, the hit by two songwriters from Tin Pan Alley sold about 25,000 copies each day in sheet-music form, according to music historian Philip Furia .”
“New shows like "The Book of Mormon" also drive sheet-music sales.”
“As always, sensibilities have changed, and with them the sorts of songs that appealed to sheet-music and record buyers then.”
“In the 18th and 19th centuries, composers expected that highly trained amateurs would play their works (which were only available in sheet-music form).”
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