Music: New Records, Aug. 27, 1956

Observers who believe today's search for new musical sounds is neurotic may be right, but the search continues with the frenzy of a uranium hunt. Westminster, a member of the recording elite, takes a flyer into sonic oddities with Soundproof, a collection of popular tunes played on doctored pianos by Louis Teicher and Arthur Ferrante.

Pianists Teicher. 31, and Ferrante, 34, have played together so long that friends think they are beginning to look like each other, tend to communicate with each other through keyboard tones rather than spoken words. First as students, then...

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