Tu hablas espaol?

Editor:I was reading Tony Pizza’s article (“Wake up and smell the decline: Groban’s third album just doesn’t measure up,” Jan. 17), and I just want to say that “Solo Por Ti” is most certainly sung in Spanish, not in Italian. Maybe if he didn’t assume that all of the songs that Groban sang were in Italian, Pizza might realize that it’s not at all in Italian and that it might be-just might be-in Spanish. So where does he go to school again? I would assume a writer with said college education would be able to understand the differences between the Romantic languages.

Hieu HuynhSenior, University of Texas at Dallas