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I have to ask ... just what IS the "women's music" that Jorma Pannula talks about?
I can't say I would know either. I don't consider Debussy's La mer any more or less masculine than Bruckner's Seventh Symphony, to cite the examples he used.

As a matter of fact, I have been quite impressed by many of the recordings of Bruckner's symphonies (in their original versions) led by Simone Young, and never do I find myself thinking "this is Bruckner conducted by a woman" rather than simply "this is a fine interpretation of Bruckner."

 
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