Requiem for the Mixtape

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For a generation of Americans, nothing said love like a mixtape. But after iPods and file-sharing conquered the cassette, seduction was never quite the same. Today: an art form that combined DJ skills, amorous intentions -- and good penmanship. Plus: Haydn might be history's most underrated composer. We revisit his legacy with The Haydn Trio Eisenstadt and author Fred Plotkin.