lese majesty


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Beethoven, of course, provided cadenzas for the concerti; Gould, in a characteristic act of lese majesty, inserts his own.
It wasn't that the cast was guilty of lese majesty to the Bard's sacred text, which, after all, requires massive transfusions of imagination if it is to come off as more than a theatrical mummy.