Recently train stations, shopping malls, and local governments have found themselves forced to turn to classical music in their efforts to keep loiterers at bay. As the Los Angeles Times reports, “Whether it’s Handel piped into New York’s Port Authority or Tchaikovsky at a public library in London, the sound of classical music is apparently so repellent to teenagers that it sends them scurrying away like frightened mice.” When Gil heard the news he combed the catalog of his recording label, Canary Classics, to create Music to Drive Away Loiterers: the perfect compilation to deter anyone. This new CD is due for U.S. release on April 1.
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