There's a new comment to a posting from January, as follows:
Before you so self-righteously critique music (though KDFC's endless Dvorak,and Bizet iterations are awful), I suggest you learn to spell.
In your letterhead, it is not "told" bells but "tolled". And your contributor should know it is Nacht not Nach regarding Mozart.Uh, regarding self-righteous critiquing: everybody's entitled to their opinions. I've been critiquing KDFC for a long, long time; I have a folder of correspondence with Bill Leuth and numerous postings here to prove it. And since this is my blog, I will say whatever I please. Needless to say, if you don't like what I write, don't read it. (If you give a damn about my credentials, read this.)
And before you so self-righteously criticize my spelling, I suggest that you consult a good edition of Shakespeare. The Riverside Shakespeare, one of the authoritative editions of the last 40 years, has exactly what's in my colophon (not letterhead). In the edition I have, it's on page 246, first column, line 363.
In addition, try consulting Google: 34,000 or so references on the Web support my spelling, versus 45 for yours. If "told" is good enough for Shakespeare, I presume it's good enough for you, hmmmm?
Regarding a misspelling in a comment, jeez. This is the Web. People make typos. Live with it.