Radio: The Week in Review

TV seems to be demonstrating that music should be heard and not seen. In emphasizing video at the expense of audio on musical shows, TVmen often sacrifice good sound, and sometimes good music, without managing to get good TV. The televiewer who closes his eyes and listens can hear how crude, sloppy and badly balanced most TV music is. Opening his eyes and looking, he can see how overbaked or tasteless the images that go with music can be. Last week's musical shows ranged from a brand-new opera to the singing of vintage popular songs. Most were calculated to make...

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