THE SOUND OF MUSIC

New York Times, Sunday, January 22, 2006

Author: George Barany and Michael Shteyman
Editor: Will Shortz
George Barany
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 72 Missing: {JKV} Spans: 6 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Barany. This is puzzle # 37 for Mr. Shteyman. NYT links: Across Lite

Notepad: When this puzzle is completed, the circled letters, read in order from left to right (column by column), will reveal the name of a Mystery Person.
JimH notes: The mystery person is WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART.
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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Oliver Twist, e.g. : WAIF
5. Little fight : SETTO
10. Squawker : CRAB
14. Advanced : LENT
18. Some chorus voices : ALTI
19. Run ___ of : AFOUL
20. Father-and-son name in football coaching : SHULA
21. Modeler's need : CLAY
22. As a toddler visiting a farm, Mystery Person heard a pig squeal and ... : IDENTIFIEDITASAGSHARP
26. Dorothy's transport to Oz : TORNADO
27. Aardwolf features : STRIPES
28. Puncture : LANCE
29. "Comin' ___ the Rye" : THRO
31. Blunderbuss : OAF
32. Francis, e.g. : ROI
33. After a single hearing of a sacred piece in the Sistine Chapel, Mystery Person ... : WROTEITDOWNFROMMEMORY
44. Continental money : EUROS
45. One of Alcott's "Little Men" : DAN
46. Privy to : INON
47. Concept embodying yin and yang : TAO
48. Founded: Abbr. : ESTD
49. Jawbreaker? : FIST
51. Less loco : SANER
53. Mythical creature : SATYR
55. Mystery Person once composed a piano piece that, to be performed correctly, required the ... : USEOFTWOHANDSANDANOSE
59. One pole: Abbr. : NEG
60. Hematite component : IRON
61. Song from on high? : YODEL
62. Med. specialty : ENT
63. Use for support : STANDON
65. Massenet opera : LECID
66. Jewish sect : HASIDIM
70. Back : AGO
71. Trowel wielder : MASON
72. Uncommon : RARE
73. Singer with a palindromic name : ONO
74. Mystery Person would sometimes compose symphonies ... : WHILEPLAYINGBILLIARDS
80. Assailed : HADAT
81. Revere : ADORE
82. Well : ABLY
83. Cars once advertised as "The Gold Standard of Value" : REOS
84. Loosen up, maybe : OIL
85. Org. with an acad. near Colo. Spr. : USAF
86. ___-mo : SLO
87. Country north of Tonga : SAMOA
88. Scholars believe that "A Musical Joke" by Mystery Person was ... : AREQUIEMFORHISPETBIRD
95. Tribe with a state named after it : UTE
96. Part of l'année : MAI
97. Carrier whose name means "skyward" : ELAL
98. G-rated : CLEAN
101. Whine-making? : MOANING
105. Throw : AREARUG
110. Mystery Person once wrote a waltz in which the choice of measures played was determined ... : BYTHEROLLINGOFTWODICE
113. Suffix with switch : EROO
114. 12 on a cube : EDGES
115. "Whole ___ Love" (1969 hit) : LOTTA
116. Gusto : ZEST
117. Buzzed : RANG
118. Gregor Mendel research subject : PEAS
119. Northernmost county of Massachusetts : ESSEX
120. Cuts off : ENDS
1. "Hold it!" : WAIT
2. Fashion executive Gucci : ALDO
3. Path of Caesar : ITER
4. Spender of markkas, once : FINN
5. Greeted informally : SAIDHI
6. Pains : EFFORT
7. Vous, familiarly : TOI
8. January 27, 1756 (Mystery Person's birthdate), e.g. : TUES
9. Chicago district : OLDTOWN
10. Bloke : CHAP
11. Deceit : RUSE
12. "___ the heavy day!": "Othello" : ALAS
13. Catch : BAG
14. Celebratory toast : LCHAIM
15. Gusto : ELAN
16. Buster? : NARC
17. Family : TYPE
20. Working ___ : STIFF
23. "Soap" family : TATES
24. Part of Bush's "Axis of Evil" : IRAN
25. ___-eyed : SLOE
30. Favored : ODDSON
32. He outpolled H.H.H. in '68 : RMN
33. Tots : WEEUNS
34. Brown shade : RUSSET
35. Sandinista head : ORTEGA
36. List heading : TODO
37. Swear words : OATH
38. Finished cleaning : RINSED
39. Youngest Oscar winner in history : ONEAL
40. Poetic time of day : MORN
41. 1931 Medicine Nobelist Warburg : OTTO
42. Some stingers : RAYS
43. Days of ___ : YORE
49. 1960's TV series set at Fort Courage : FTROOP
50. Exuberant casino cry : IWON
51. Ice treat : SNOCONE
52. Simple arithmetic : ADDING
53. U.S.-born grandchild of Japanese immigrants : SANSEI
54. Nay sayer : ANTI
56. Act antsy : FIDGET
57. Reply to a captain : AYESIR
58. So very much : DEARLY
64. Simba's mate, in "The Lion King" : NALA
65. Furlough : LAYOFF
66. Campus building : HALL
67. Long green : DOREMI
68. Away from the elements : INDOOR
69. Israeli intelligence group : MOSSAD
71. Letter salutation : MADAM
72. Five-carbon sugar : RIBOSE
74. "Hold your horses!" : WHOA
75. Locks : HAIR
76. Furloughed : IDLE
77. Use a surgical beam : LASE
78. "Road" picture destination : BALI
79. ___-American : ARAB
85. One-eighty : UIE
86. Doctor's signboard : SHINGLE
87. Canonized fifth-century pope : STLEO
89. Edible clam : QUAHOG
90. Minneapolis-based magazine : UTNE
91. Old Dodges : OMNIS
92. Game stopper : RAIN
93. Missouri feeder : PLATTE
94. Swab target : EARWAX
98. "Good buddy" : CBER
99. Neighbor of Draco : LYRA
100. ___ jacket : ETON
101. Fashion : MODE
102. "Eugene Onegin" girl : OLGA
103. Pub quaffs : ALES
104. Gunks : GOOS
106. Chisellike tool : ADZE
107. It means nothing to the French : RIEN
108. Golden State sch. : UCSD
109. Understands : GETS
111. Agt. : REP
112. Basketball stat. : FTS

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