“Yes, we know that the numbers don’t add up, and it doesn’t matter.”
This might be a good solution for securing legacy applications where you don’t have the source code, or as an OS level feature. Generally speaking, it’s better to just fix the vulnerabilities.
Day: December 3, 2009
The Grammy nominations for 2009 are out, and the Tanglewood Festival Chorus is on the list (along with Beyoncé and Lady Gaga, of course). Our recording of Ravel’s Daphnis et Chloe with the BSO under James Levine got the nod.
I was kind of hoping that our Brahms Requiem recording would be nominated–it’s certainly a more prominent chorus role, and I think it’s one of the best recordings available of the work. But I’m not complaining.
The only question is: do I put “Grammy nominated” on my resumé now? (Of course not, but it’s fun to contemplate.)
Update: I would be doing my BSO colleagues a disservice if I didn’t note that the album is also up for Best Engineered Classical Album and Best Orchestral Performance.