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DUCKWORTH: Can you remember the kind of music or music books you took with you to Mexico?
NANCARROW: I had a few scores and other things; not too many. What I did have, which was a very important thing to me, especially at the beginning, was the [Henry] Cowell book New Musical Resources. That had a very strong influence on me. He talks in there about certain rhythmical problems. He says, "Of course, it can be done on player piano." But he never did it! Well, I did it.