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3 comments on this post.
  1. Elizabeth Lightwood:

    There’s a good explanation. We’re Baroque and early music people.

  2. Steve Dunham:

    The nightclub may have been the center, but not the epicenter. An epicenter is above the center, generally the point on the surface of the Earth above the center of an earthquake, which is underground. An epicenter isn’t the dead center or really, really the center. But it sounds fancy compared to a plain old center, so it gets misused.

  3. Linlee:

    May I suggest that Eric Satie was possibly referring to nakedness of heart as these 3 works are very heart felt and contemplative and could have been expressing what was on his heart at the time he wrote them.

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