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But the American Bar Association (ABA), which has traditionally served as defender of the necessarily unvocal federal bench, has grown increasingly concerned about what they consider threats to "judicial independence." In 1996, the ABA established a watch-dog committee on judicial independence, which, after issuing an ominous report in 1997, was made permanent.
Ironically, it was the totally unvocal piece, Delius' Concerto for Violin and Cello, which roused the most interest.
Whether out of fear, denial, stigmatization, or shock, musicians were mostly mute during the initial stage of the pandemic." (17) In the foreword of The AIDS Quilt Songbook, Jeffery Stock is quoted as saying, "For singers, we are being pretty unvocal about AIDS." (18) William Parker was inspired and motivated to change this silence.