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Needs toning down - I'll get round to it myself eventually, but I'm notoriously heavy-handed and it might be preferable for someone else to get in there before me...--Technopat (talk) 20:15, 21 July 2009 (UTC)
I would be interested in hearing WHY you feel this needs "toning down". As a former student of Harvey back in the 70's who knew him and his family well I can assure you that only facts have been presented. Harvey is one of the few great mentors. He often made personal sacrifices on behalf of his students and was always more than happy to do so. His efforts were invaluable in saving The new England Conservatory of Music from financial collapse, thus enabling future generations to attend that great school. He was always available to assist others in any way he could. If anything, this article is understated. Kenshorse (talk) 23:38, 12 September 2009 (UTC)