Talk:David Ward-Steinman

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Another puff piece? -- Zoe

It certainly talks him up a bit, but if he's been commissioned by the CSO and been performed by all these other groups, an article on him is fine. I'll look at rewriting it later tonight. --Camembert

It turned out to be a possible copyright infrongement. I've rewritten it to avoid that, and I think it's OK now. I'd like to give some indication of what his music is like, but I can only guess, because I've not heard any of it. I also can't give an indication of how well known he is - I've not heard of him, but he may be better known in America (not really well known, of course, but well known as composers go, maybe). Anyway, there it is. --Camembert

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