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Joyce Hatto was described as one of the best classical pianists in the world shortly before she died last year. She put out over a hundred recordings, but had stopped performing live decades ago. So maybe it shouldn't be that big a surprise that some listeners questioned whether she was actually recording the songs herself.
And then something funny happened. A music critic for Gramophone Magazine went and popped one of her CDs in his computer for a listen recently. And wouldn't you know it, his music player found what appeared to be the correct information for the CD: only instead of Joyce Hatto, it listed Lászlo Simon as the performer.
Confused? Evidently Hatto is quite the pianist, except that she didn't actually record the songs that she "performed". We have quite the scam going on here. Hatto's husband started releasing CDs after Hatto's death, allowing her career to bloom "post mortem". The husband didn't figure out that computers now analyze CDs by the length of the tracks, and that the CD he was forging as her original work would easily be detected by computer. iTunes was able to crack this mystery in record time.
Looks like Hatto's rolling over in the grave, so to speak. (Oh, man, that one was bad).
This is yet another example of Apple, Inc. saving the day! Not only do we fix the music industry, TV Industry, Film Industry, Portable Music, Cell Phone Industry.... we also make bad men stop scamming off their wives name!