This week’s episode is a new one – though I almost didn’t post it. Not for any reason of quality, but because I have no idea how to spell the contestant’s name. (There’s a glitch from the American Public Radio folks, and for the past several months, every collection of new “Piano Puzzlers” has been listed with the exact same contestant name, “Claire Nalven” of Waltham, Massachusetts.) Usually, I can figure it our, or it’s from the archive, and I’ve already posted it. But this one…absolutely no idea, and I think you’ll be understanding. The contestant is “Tajus Schrinivasin” from Middlebury, Vermont. Or something like that. At least I have the Middlebury, Vermont part right! As for the Puzzler, I didn’t get either part, but it’s a fun one. I thought I had a few different guesses with the hidden song, but each time it went off in a different direction. I think I could have possibly gotten the composer style, but I was too focused on working out the hidden song that, in the end, I just made a stab and was wrong.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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