This chapter provides a taste of Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji's writing from a variety of sources. The variant repetitions, tangential remarks, and almost throwaway jibes and similar expressions which populate his writing are entirely characteristic of it; Sorabji's more tightly organized writing tends to be less lively, personal, and interesting. The astounding myth especially prevalent among musicians who know nothing about singing, that it is easy to learn how to sing, easier than to learn to play some instrument, is so extraordinary that one wonders where and how it ever arose. Karol Szymanowski is by general consent of his cultured and art-loving fellow-countrymen reckoned to be their greatest composer since Fryderyk Chopin. The correspondence with Erik Chisholm ended with his death in 1965, that with Norman Gentieu because of the infirmities leading to Sorabji's death in 1988, and that with Frank Holliday because of a quarrel in the late 1970s.