Posted: October 6, 2013 at 3:29 a.m.
Stream-of-consciousness, the literary critics call it, referring to a style of writing that wanders around the way the mind will at times. At random. The way it did during a chamber-music concert at the Clinton Library the other evening. Thoughts and images changed as the chords did. “Brahms the Romantic,” the program said, but it began with Mozart.
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