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« Reply #585 on: September 16, 2021, 02:16:36 pm »

Even in the best-regulated families (or on the best-moderated forums, it seems).  Cheesy

Go on, smile for the camera...



...say "Gruyère". Oh, just don't bother.

BAH!!!

 Grin When you see things like that it makes you wonder how come photography 'took off', doesn't it?
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« Reply #586 on: September 16, 2021, 02:31:19 pm »

Even in the best-regulated families (or on the best-moderated forums, it seems).  Cheesy

Go on, smile for the camera...



...say "Gruyère". Oh, just don't bother.

BAH!!!

 Grin When you see things like that it makes you wonder how come photography 'took off', doesn't it?

Indeed, it's family-friendly fun, fun, fun all round. Worra bloody miserable lot, eh? Couldn't raise a laugh if y'applied Ken Dodd's ticklin' stick (oo-er, missus).

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British and Irish Music?



Mere idling methinks.
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« Reply #587 on: September 16, 2021, 02:41:44 pm »

Even in the best-regulated families (or on the best-moderated forums, it seems).  Cheesy

Go on, smile for the camera...



...say "Gruyère". Oh, just don't bother.

BAH!!!

 Grin When you see things like that it makes you wonder how come photography 'took off', doesn't it?

Indeed, it's family-friendly fun, fun, fun all round. Worra bloody miserable lot, eh? Couldn't raise a laugh if y'applied Ken Dodd's ticklin' stick (oo-er, missus).

Mere idling methinks.

Maybe someone should have broken out the nitrous oxide.  Wink


British and Irish Music?

Mere idling methinks.

Well, the step-father of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor was a railway worker, so we're not really off track!
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« Reply #588 on: September 16, 2021, 02:50:48 pm »

Well, the step-father of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor was a railway worker, so we're not really off track!

By the sainted fillet of St Margaret of Antioch...



...mayo or tartar optional.
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« Reply #589 on: September 16, 2021, 03:37:21 pm »

Well, the step-father of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor was a railway worker, so we're not really off track!

By the sainted fillet of St Margaret of Antioch...



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« Reply #590 on: September 16, 2021, 03:56:32 pm »

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« Reply #591 on: September 16, 2021, 04:27:55 pm »



No.  Cheesy
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« Reply #592 on: September 16, 2021, 04:45:35 pm »

No.  Cheesy

Somehow, I suspected as much.

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You can call me a cynic if you like.  Wink
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« Reply #594 on: September 17, 2021, 01:40:58 am »

I have added an MP3 to BIMA of

Frederic Cliffe (1857-1931)

Symphony No.1 in C minor, Op.1 (1889)
AOIDE SO/ Gerd Müller-Lorenz (31/10/2019)


A wonderful score and an excellent performance. The acoustic is preferable to the swimming-bath Sterling CD recording.

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« Reply #595 on: September 17, 2021, 09:38:56 am »

I have added an MP3 to BIMA of

Frederic Cliffe (1857-1931)

Symphony No.1 in C minor, Op.1 (1889)
AOIDE SO/ Gerd Müller-Lorenz (31/10/2019)


A wonderful score and an excellent performance. The acoustic is preferable to the swimming-bath Sterling CD recording.

 Smiley

Thank you very much, John. I can't understand why anybody found the venue in which the Stirling CD was recorded was actually suitable for recording, or why the producer and engineer didn't try to tame the reverberation in some way. It's verging on the absurd. I shall look forward to hearing this version.
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« Reply #596 on: September 17, 2021, 09:52:50 am »

I have added an MP3 to BIMA of

Frederic Cliffe (1857-1931)

Symphony No.1 in C minor, Op.1 (1889)
AOIDE SO/ Gerd Müller-Lorenz (31/10/2019)


A wonderful score and an excellent performance. The acoustic is preferable to the swimming-bath Sterling CD recording.

 Smiley

Thank you very much, John. I can't understand why anybody found the venue in which the Sterling CD was recorded was actually suitable for recording, or why the producer and engineer didn't try to tame the reverberation in some way. It's verging on the absurd. I shall look forward to hearing this version.

Obviously St Johannes Church in Malmo is one to avoid.

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« Reply #597 on: September 17, 2021, 10:18:25 am »

I have added an MP3 to BIMA of

Frederic Cliffe (1857-1931)

Symphony No.1 in C minor, Op.1 (1889)
AOIDE SO/ Gerd Müller-Lorenz (31/10/2019)


A wonderful score and an excellent performance. The acoustic is preferable to the swimming-bath Sterling CD recording.

 Smiley

Thank you very much, John. I can't understand why anybody found the venue in which the Sterling CD was recorded was actually suitable for recording, or why the producer and engineer didn't try to tame the reverberation in some way. It's verging on the absurd. I shall look forward to hearing this version.

Obviously St Johannes Church in Malmo is one to avoid.

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Oh, so that's where it was recorded. I do have the CD but with my bad back I couldn't be bothered to clamber over a piano and a television to retrieve it from the shelf!  Grin
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« Reply #598 on: September 17, 2021, 04:46:44 pm »

I have added an MP3 to BIMA of

Frederic Cliffe (1857-1931)

Symphony No.1 in C minor, Op.1 (1889)
AOIDE SO/ Gerd Müller-Lorenz (31/10/2019)


A wonderful score and an excellent performance. The acoustic is preferable to the swimming-bath Sterling CD recording.

 Smiley

Thank you very much, John. I can't understand why anybody found the venue in which the Sterling CD was recorded was actually suitable for recording, or why the producer and engineer didn't try to tame the reverberation in some way. It's verging on the absurd. I shall look forward to hearing this version.

Obviously St Johannes Church in Malmo is one to avoid.

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Oh, so that's where it was recorded. I do have the CD but with my bad back I couldn't be bothered to clamber over a piano and a television to retrieve it from the shelf!  Grin



First violins, use a little more bow please! Don't mind the gurgling tuba in the background.

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« Reply #599 on: September 17, 2021, 05:08:00 pm »




First violins, use a little more bow please! Don't mind the gurgling tuba in the background.

 Roll Eyes

Ah, wonderful! The Esther Williams Aquatic Symphony Orchestra in rehearsal...
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