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 • Posted by: John
• Date: Wednesday, July 12, 2006, at 1:59 p.m.
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• In Response to: I have two questions about this Russian Oboe discussion (heiress)

> First question, Why does it keep coming back?

Clemmensen has said that other sites (like joke-a-day sites) keep linking to it. An oboe enthusiast site once did too.

> Second question, Everyone thinks the story is a hoax, but how much of it?
> What if the only untrue part was the paragraph about the recording of
> scores with the oboe? Like somebody tried to make the event relevant to
> movie music. The names and places are all real!

There has been suspicion that Clemmensen himself wrote the story.

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