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Thanks for your kind comments. I see how that remark could be misconstrued; I would certainly agree that Koechlin was pulling ahead of his contemporaries - in France at least - a gap that was to get much wider in the 1920s and 1930s. And I'm happy to concede that The Jungle Book is the more significant work - his masterpiece, if we must nominate one - and I have asked Len to amend my copy accordingly.
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