We found an interview from May 2012 with Christopher Hogwood, of the Academy of Ancient Music and the Early Music Consort of London, Hogwood talks about his old friend David Munrow's extraordinary talent: "We had to fit the repertoire to on...ly five or six players, so we all had to multi-task. I played percussion and sang, as well as playing keyboards. David had to persuade us all to learn the crumhorn [a curved reed instrument], which wasn’t easy in my case, as I thought it made a horrible noise. But David beat all of us with his 43 instruments."
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