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« Reply #45 on: June 07, 2021, 10:38:53 am »

Charles-Alexis Chauvet (1937), Charles Strouse (1928), Franz Reizenstein (1911), Georg von Pasterwitz (1730), George Szell (1897), Georges Van Parys (1902), Giuseppe Demachi (1732), Johan Magnus Sjöberg (1953), Landon Ronald (1873), Leopold Auer (1845), Mordechai Zeira (1905), Olli Mustonen (1967), Roberto Cantoral (1935), Valery Kalistratov (1942)



Well, HE certainly didn't need any excuse to...



...and get in the party mood.

Is that the one in which the re-animated mummy of Rubbatiti comes alive following a lightning strike? Oh no, wait... that's



(Music by Eric Rogers whose centenary it is this year: born 21 September 1921.)
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« Reply #46 on: June 11, 2021, 07:07:58 am »

Alexander Balanescu (1954), Alexander Faris (1921), Carlisle Floyd (1926), Carlos Seixas (1704), Carmine Coppola (1910), Ferdinand Rebay (1880), Francesco Antonio Bonporti (1672), Francesco Antonio Vallotti (1697), George Frederick McKay (1899), Giovanni Antonio Giay (1690), Helen Tobias-Duesberg (1919), Indra Rise (1961), Josef Anton Riedl (1929), Joseph Vézina (1849), Jules Sylvain (1900), Kaare Dyvik Husby (1969), Morley Calvert (1928), Nils Lindberg (1933), Oscar Borg (1851), Richard Strauss (1864), Samuel Rousseau (1853), Shelly Manne (1920), Vissarion Shebalin (1902), Wen-Yeh Chiang (1910)



I'll spare your blushes...


...unlike Lady Frederica.
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« Reply #47 on: June 11, 2021, 09:01:21 am »

Alexander Balanescu (1954), Alexander Faris (1921), Carlisle Floyd (1926), Carlos Seixas (1704), Carmine Coppola (1910), Ferdinand Rebay (1880), Francesco Antonio Bonporti (1672), Francesco Antonio Vallotti (1697), George Frederick McKay (1899), Giovanni Antonio Giay (1690), Helen Tobias-Duesberg (1919), Indra Rise (1961), Josef Anton Riedl (1929), Joseph Vézina (1849), Jules Sylvain (1900), Kaare Dyvik Husby (1969), Morley Calvert (1928), Nils Lindberg (1933), Oscar Borg (1851), Richard Strauss (1864), Samuel Rousseau (1853), Shelly Manne (1920), Vissarion Shebalin (1902), Wen-Yeh Chiang (1910)



I'll spare your blushes...


...unlike Lady Frederica.

 Grin I think she'd need many more than just the seven veils!
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« Reply #48 on: June 13, 2021, 11:49:38 am »

Adolf Neuendorff (1843), Albert Becker (1834), Anton Eberl (1765), Antonín Vranický (1761), Atso Almila (1953), Bjarne Slřgedal (1927), Carlos Chávez (1899), Christian Wilhelm Berger (1964), Dary John Mizelle (1940), David Rakowski (1958), Ede Poldini (1869), Edwin Swayzee (1906), Henri Brod (1799), Leif Kayser (1919), Lukas Ligeti (1965), Mark Carlson (1952), Paul Peuerl (1570), Pomponio Nenna (1556), Tobias Michael (1592), Vasily Wrangell (1862), Xian Xinghai (1905)
 
And he thought it was to celebrate György Sándor Ligeti's 83rd, but turned up just a tad late....

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« Reply #49 on: June 28, 2021, 02:27:20 pm »

Björn Isfält (1942), Cesare Ciardi (1818), Charlie Clouser (1963), Colin Bright (1949), Cristofano Malvezzi (1547), Eduardo Bianco (1892), Hans Huber (1852), Heinrich Albert (1604), Hugo Gyldmark (1899), János Kriza (1811), Jean-Jacques Beauvarlet-Charpentier (1734), Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712), Joseph Joachim (1831), Luciano Gallet (1893), Nicolas Bernier (1664), Richard Rodgers (1902), Robert Franz (1815), Robert Xavier Rodriguez (1946), Sveinbjörn Sveinbjörnsson (1847)

Lovely vintage cover too...



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« Reply #50 on: June 29, 2021, 08:27:29 am »

Aarre Merikanto (1893), Bernard Herrmann (1911), Chou Wen-chung (1923), Erminia von Olfers-Batocki (1876), Ernest Fanelli (1860), Ezra Laderman (1924), Frank Loesser (1910), Georg Göhler (1874), George Lloyd (1913), Hale Smith (1925), István Mihály (1892), Jacob Adolf Hägg (1850), Joelle Wallach (1946), José Pablo Moncayo (1912), Josef Labor (1842), Joseph Carl Breil (1870), Leroy Anderson (1908), Louis Beydts (1895), Mats Larsson Gothe (1965), Michio Mamiya (1929), Ottmar Gerster (1897), Rebekah Blackmon (1984), Ulpio Minucci (1917), Vasily Sarenko (1814),  Vyacheslav Artyomov (1940)

Hmm, why not come to my "shower-party"?



Sausages on sticks and val au vaunts optional.

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« Reply #51 on: June 29, 2021, 08:56:58 am »


Hmm, why not come to my "shower-party"?


I would but I've got this stabbing pain in my chest...
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« Reply #52 on: June 30, 2021, 01:19:23 am »


Hmm, why not come to my "shower-party"?


I would but I've got this stabbing pain in my chest...
Grin
And another reason to prefer bath's! Grin
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« Reply #53 on: June 30, 2021, 06:39:12 pm »

António Leal Moreira (1758), Christian Ernst Graf (1723), Edward John Hopkins (1818), Esa-Pekka Salonen (1958), Giles Swayne (1946), Giovanni Maria Sabino (1588), Hal Lindes (1953), Hervé (1825), Jiří Antonín (Georg) Benda (1722), László Lajtha (1892), Lindembergue Cardoso (1939), Martin Mailman (1932), Paul Alan Levi (1941), Paul Dambis (1936), Paul Pierné (1874), R.B. Hall (1858), Riccardo Drigo (1846), Stanley Clarke (1951), Teodorico Pedrini (1761), Thierry Macheul (1962)

Hurrah, (though he butchered Swan Lake in 1895)!

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« Reply #54 on: July 01, 2021, 09:23:06 am »

Aaron Rabushka (1958), Alicia Terzian (1934), Bjřrn Andor Drage (1959), Claudio Saracini (1586), David Hogan (1949), Ferdinando Paer (1771), François Dompierre (1943), Franz Xaver Murschhauser (1663), Hans Eklund (1927), Hans Werner Henze (1926), Jeff Wayne (1943), Jiří Ropek (1922), Jody Rockmaker (1961), John Elmsly (1952), Kenneth Fuchs (1956), Rik Pelckmans (1953), Sansan Chien (1967), Sigurd Berge (1929), Thomas A. Dorsey (1899), Timothy J. Tobias (1952), Volker Wangenheim (1928), Zsigmond Vincze (1874)

Anyone getting their glad-rags on?



Perhaps a day for bleaching the toilet instead...

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« Reply #55 on: July 02, 2021, 07:05:10 am »

Albert Szirmai (1880), Charles-Louis Hanon (1819), Christoph Willibald Gluck (1714), Dinu Ghezzo (1941), Earl Robinson (1910), Fritz Neumeyer (1900), Hardenack Otto Conrad Zinck (1746), Jean-Luc Darbellay (1946), Jeff Alexander (1910), Johann Staden (1581), Miklós Sugár (1952), Peter Ritter (1763), Stéphane Venne (1941)

Not strictly his 300th, but a nice one for philatelists...



...I heartily approve the use of Orpheus and Euridice by Lord Leighton!

http://artmusic.smfforfree.com/index.php/topic,7196.msg36437.html#msg36437
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« Reply #56 on: July 02, 2021, 10:45:42 am »

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Hurrah, (though he butchered Swan Lake in 1895)!



He apparently had an accomplice in that act of butchery in the person of one Modest Tchaikovsky and so one shouldn't hold him entirely to blame! He also produced that lovely ear-worm Serenade in his own ballet, Les millions d'Arlequin, so beguilingly played by James Galway on this album, which I have in its LP form:

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« Reply #57 on: July 02, 2021, 10:48:43 am »


Anyone getting their glad-rags on?




I have been on a diet since the new year but I have promised myself I will come off it before I achieve that degree of svelteness.
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« Reply #58 on: July 02, 2021, 01:18:32 pm »


Anyone getting their glad-rags on?




I have been on a diet since the new year but I have promised myself I will come off it before I achieve that degree of svelteness.
IBS is a great way of losing weight! The last time I was this svelte was in my late 20's! I can vouch for that! I'm also saving Ł's on grocery bills! The downside?

Baggy trousers! Roll Eyes Grin
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« Reply #59 on: July 02, 2021, 01:21:31 pm »




Waiting for the next instalment of Cpo's Louis Glass symphony cycle!




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