"Pitch Perfect: The Quest for Collegiate A CAPPELLA Glo

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Do you think Mickey Rapkin does a good job of portraying the a cappella world in his book, "Pitch Perfect"?

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Postby dekesharon » Mon Jun 30, 2008 7:39 am

Lest anyone be concerned that the book is going to be read in every household, it's down at #18,000+ on the Amazon bestseller list, just a month after release (highest rating was around #100, reflecting the preorders people placed, most likely in the community).

The book is a net benefit to us all because he helps spread knowledge of us and make us more legitimate simply having received the attention.

But you needn't worry that any specific words, statements or portrayals will have a significant impact, because the fact is very few people have read the book. In fact, almost every person I come in contact with in the a cappella world hasn't read it.

Take the good (e.g. the ability to draw quotes & stats from a recent book released by Gotham/Penguin), and shake off the rest.

Onward and upward!

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