Holy cow, I wrote a book!
Next week, the Seattle Symphony Orchestra performs the
Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony,
but the people responsible for the symphony's radio advertisements
don't realize that.
As the strains of the symphony resound in the background,
the announcer proudly announces that tickets are still
"Cézanne's Organ Symphony."
may sound similar,
but I can assure you that they are not the same person.
Here's a handy chart:
This is not the first time the Seattle Symphony's radio announcer
has made this substitution.
I don't know whether somebody is giving him incorrect copy to read,
or whether he is performing on-the-fly auto-correction.
Or maybe the announcer guy asked,
"How do you pronounce Saint-Saëns?"
and somebody answered, "It sounds like Cézanne."
And now that I cleared everything up, let me confuse things some more: