It indeed would change the pitch ever so slightly, but if you look closely he has separate bowls by him next to the glasses that he is using. Pretty amazing! I am wondering how long it takes to get the everything I tune?
From: Roberta M. Eisenberg [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Wednesday, April 06, 2011 2:14 PM To: Mr & Mrs John Andrews; Mary Ann Connors; Dr Edward A Connors; Terry McSweeney; Elizabeth Sheffer Cc: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; Mary Bishop; Mary Gfeller; Beth Shapiro; Edward Nordstrom; Patricia Bonadonna; Lance Rudiger; Kathleen McIntosh; Robert Kalbach; Maria Bucca; Matthew Fink; Val Snelgrove; Grace Wilkie; Kathleen Curtis; Fran Hess; Joe Zuniga; Jim Guido; Judy Blood; Roberta M. Eisenberg; Deondra Seamon; Sharon Cichocki; Cheryl Jordan; Jean Delfiner; Ken Schultz; Joseph Passaretti; Tom Snyder; Michael Emmi; Stacy Caruso-Sharpe; Beverly Voos; Natasha Lim; Kevin Murphy Subject: Fwd: More Bach on Strange Instruments
I have a question for the physicists among you. Does not the musician change the pitch, if ever so slightly, of those glasses into which he dips his fingers to wet them?
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