May 24, 2005
Archaic Flute / Soft Eject
In the summer of 2002, a piece about the Soft Eject group was broadcast on the television. Viewers found out that the group was playing a 3,300 year old musical instrument discovered 64 years ago in a Samtavro burial ground...
[I found this by searching on the name of the Women's International (chess) Master Nino Maisuradze, whom I just played on the Internet Chess Club in a 60 second game. Once again, I'm playing the ever-slimy, ever-reprehensible Plambeck Fianchetto Attack. Somehow I don't think my chess play "Honors the Game," the way we're advised to teach kids as baseball (and presumably, as chess) coaches. I have a love-hate relationship with chess. Mostly hate.]
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