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Until we meet again. Forever yours, xx your Bella Mia. You have made me the happiest I’ve ever been in my life. It was on a British Airways flight from London to Miami some years ago that I first heard Poulenc’s Concerto for two pianos in D minor. It was written the year after the 1931 Colonial Exhibition of Paris which, like the more famous Exposition of the previous century, featured an Indonesian gamelan among its musical attractions. Roger Nichols, in the 1980 edition of Grove’s Dictionary of Music and Musicians, says that this work of Poulenc’s “has no aim beyond entertainment, in which it succeeds completely” and alludes to its “calculated inelegancies” as well as to its belonging to the “period of ‘back to X’ initiated by Stravinsky.” But the “X” equals so many disparate things here, far beyond the four or five you have just heard, and includes so many odd transformations, such as the French caf tune in the third movement that suddenly and hilariously becomes the “Fire” motif from Wagner’s Ring, that it would be hard for an observer alive to Western culture outside so called classical music, and particularly for a gay man flying a mile high, to miss the presence of that peculiarly queer performative act of satirical disruption of what might be taken separately as stable categories the queer performative act so hard to define but instantly recognizable as “Camp.”.