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Comets in Our Twilight, 3—Geneva Lewis
Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Sat, 2013-10-05 07:41
Fifteen-year-old Geneva Lewis, whose tennis ace father Chris wrote the Foreword to Total Passion for the Total Height, here plays the first movement of the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto, and demonstrates yet again that objectively, Rand to the contrary notwithstanding, Romantic music is the best — and she, Geneva, at so unbelievably young an age, is shaping up to be one of its best exponents. Here, if Objectivists but knew it, lies the answer to all the angst about wherein humanity's salvation lies on other threads right now; unfortunately, most "Objectivists" are, musically, as resolutely ignorant and cretinous as anyone else in our militantly nihilistic times. I feel like Dominique in posting this: sharing mindful beauty with brainless, soulless devotees of the ugly; at least I shan't put it up on Faecesbook (these remarks are mine alone, and have nothing to do with Geneva or Chris):
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