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At the beginning of the tenth century, all of the foregoing collections and kinds (and more) were omnivorously recombined in a gigantic anthology by Constantine Cephalas, a Byzantine schoolteacher.
Guttman studied assiduously and omnivorously at the Conservatory--singing, acting, oboe, piano, conducting and composition--developing into an extra-ordinarily well-rounded and knowledgeable musician rather than a narrowly focused performance professional.
He reads omnivorously, although few contemporary works appeal to him and, as in the past, he remains aloof from the Paris literary establishment despite being a member of the Academie Francaise, the only native-born American to be so honored.