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« Reply #15 on: May 17, 2021, 06:31:00 am »

Aleksander Michaelowski (1851), Antonio Scontrino (1850), Bob Merrill (1921), Carl Friedrich Zöllner (1800), César de Oliveira (1977), David Cope (1941), Dieter Ammann (1962), Erik Satie (1866), Francesco Pasquale Ricci (1732), Horacio Uribe (1970), Jason Eckardt (1971), John Vincent (1902), Peter Mennin (1923), Philip James (1890), Philippe Boesmans (1936), Sigismund Toduta (1908), Steve Barakatt (1973), Trent Reznor (1965), Victor Bendix (1851), Werner Bochmann (1900), Werner Egk (1901), William White (1571)

Erik loved a bit of stride piano.



Her um-cha um-cha four-against-three rendering of Gymnopédie No.1 certainly tickled their fancy. No wonder everyone looks as if they're up for it: beer and fag packets litter the scene - way-hey!

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« Reply #16 on: May 17, 2021, 08:53:52 am »

Aleksander Michaelowski (1851), Antonio Scontrino (1850), Bob Merrill (1921), Carl Friedrich Zöllner (1800), César de Oliveira (1977), David Cope (1941), Dieter Ammann (1962), Erik Satie (1866), Francesco Pasquale Ricci (1732), Horacio Uribe (1970), Jason Eckardt (1971), John Vincent (1902), Peter Mennin (1923), Philip James (1890), Philippe Boesmans (1936), Sigismund Toduta (1908), Steve Barakatt (1973), Trent Reznor (1965), Victor Bendix (1851), Werner Bochmann (1900), Werner Egk (1901), William White (1571)

Erik loved a bit of stride piano.



Her um-cha um-cha four-against-three rendering of Gymnopédie No.1 certainly tickled their fancy. No wonder everyone looks as if they're up for it: beer and fag packets litter the scene - way-hey!

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I remember Mrs Mills and very good she was too. I can't say she'd have turned in a bravura performance of Liszt's Transcendental Études, but she was excellent at what she did!
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« Reply #17 on: May 17, 2021, 09:05:09 am »

I can't say she'd have turned in a bravura performance of Liszt's Transcendental Études, but she was excellent at what she did!



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« Reply #18 on: May 18, 2021, 08:04:35 am »

André Chini (1945), Bedrich Janacek (1920), Bernard Zweers (1854), Daniel Sonenberg (1959), Erich Zeisl (1905), Frederick Alfred Hervey (1946), Guido Alberto Fano (1875), Henri Sauguet (1901), Johann Jakob Froberger (1616), Karl Goldmark (1830), Mark Mothersbaugh (1950), Meredith Willson (1902), Mikko Heiniö (1948), Peeter Vähi (1955), Reinhold Heil (1954), Richard Grégoire (1944), Sándor Kuti (1908), Theodor Berger (1905), Willi Löffler (1915)

Bet Holbrooke wished he could have had seventy-six...



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« Reply #19 on: May 19, 2021, 06:23:37 am »

Adam Carse (1878), Albert Hay Malotte (1895), Alice Mary Smith (1839), Antón García Abril (1933), Arthur Meulemans (1884), Enrico Mainardi (1897), Hans Kox (1930), Jean Derbčs (1937), Johann Friedrich Peter (1746), John Frizzell (1966), Kjell Marcussen (1952), Laurids Lauridsen (1882), Michael Adamis (1929), Peter Vermesy (1939), Richard Teitelbaum (1939), Sandy Wilson (1924)

Hope nobody here's got The You-Don't-Want-to-Play-with-Me Blues...



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« Reply #20 on: May 20, 2021, 06:27:59 am »

Andrew Sega (1975), Felix Arndt (1889), Felix Krohn (1898), Hans Gram (1754), Jake Runestad (1986), Jean-Henri Ravina (1818), Jerzy Fitelberg (1903), Ludwig Lenel (1914), Michel Longtin (1946), Paolo Bellasio (1554), Rosa Guraieb (1931), Steve Tittle (1935), Tison Street (1943), Zbigniew Preisner (1955)

Nope, not heard a note by any of 'em, I'm afraid - but still some great monickers so it's time to...



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« Reply #21 on: May 21, 2021, 07:36:51 am »

Antonio d’Almeida (1940), Azzolino Bernardino della Ciaja (1671), Christopher Tin (1976), David Crumb (1962), Desire Paque (1867), Fats Waller (1904), Heinz Holliger (1939), Ignacio Pińeiro (1888), Joseph de la Barre (1633), Kenneth Meek (1908), Lille Bror Söderlundh (1912), Linda Bouchard (1957), Marc Ribot (1954), Melville Gideon (1884), Oscar Ahnfelt (1813), Pablo Luna (1879), Robert Parris (1924), Sammy Timberg (1903), Sebastian Claren (1965), Siegfried Barchet (1918), Thomas Rabenschlag (1951), Ulf Björlin (1933)

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...never mind,  it's "Ta da-da-da-dah-dah, da-da-da-dah-dah" 'pon the morrow.

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« Reply #22 on: May 22, 2021, 06:46:03 am »

Árni Egilsson (1939), Bill Whelan (1950), Claude Ballif (1924), Daniel Morel (1981), Eastwood Lane (1879), Émile Sauret (1852), Enric Morera (1865), Franck Yeznikian (1969), Guy Bovet (1942), Iris ter Schiphorst (1956), Jean Cras (1879), Johann Schrammel (1850), Maurice Blackburn (1914), Michael Tenzer (1957), Nikita Bogoslovsky (1913), Richard Wagner (1813)

Aha, heard of 'im!



Those Valkyries sure know how to party hard...

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« Reply #23 on: May 23, 2021, 04:56:16 am »

Andrea Luchesi (1741), Artie Shaw (1910), Carol E. Barnett (1949), Edmund Rubbra (1901), Émile Vuillermoz (1878), George Hamilton Green (1893), Gladys Nordenstrom (1924), Ignaz Moscheles (1794), Jackson Hill (1941), Jean Françaix (1912), Johann Bernhard Bach (1676), Johann Caspar Vogler (1696), Józef Wieniawski (1837), Mark Lothar (1902), Michel Colombier (1939), Paul Siefert (1586), Richie Beirach (1947), Roderik de Man (1941), Santiago Lope Gonzalo (1871), Sigurd Lie (1871), Thomas Eisenhuet (1644), William Stromberg (1964)



She can't wait to hear what Edmund's written to celebrate her hundred-and-twelvetieth...

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« Reply #24 on: May 24, 2021, 06:01:30 am »

Allan Bell (1953), Edouard Lippé (1884), Harold Budd (1936), Harry Parr-Davies (1914), Hilding Hallnäs (1903), János Tamás (1936), Joseph Ignaz Schnabel (1767), Keith Fitch (1966), Louis François Dauprat (1781), Michael S. Horwood (1947), Mikuláš Schneider-Trnavský (1881), Nils-Eric Fougstedt (1910), Paul Paray (1886), Ricardo Lorenz (1961), Sadao Bekku (1922), Tito Mattei (1841), Wilhelm Friedrich Ernst Bach (1759)

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« Reply #25 on: May 25, 2021, 04:24:36 am »

Aldo Clementi (1925), Alonzo “Zo” Elliot (1891), Anatoly N. Alexandrov (1888), Archibald Joyce (1873), Camille Erlanger (1863), Christian August Jacobi (1688), David P. Sartor (1956), Enjott Schneider (1950), Eric Chasalow (1955), Frank Klepacki (1974), Frigyes Hidas (1928), Gilardo Gilardi (1889), Giuseppe Paolucci (1726), Havelock Nelson (1917), Iver Kleive (1949), Johann Baptist Singenberger (1848), José Mário Branco (1942), Kurt Thomas (1904), Matthew Camidge (1764), Maurice, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel (1572), Mischa Levitzki (1898), Sverre Jordan (1889)

And a happy 143rd to...



...and our saucy ship's a beauty.

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« Reply #26 on: May 26, 2021, 06:14:53 am »

Camillo De Nardis (1857), Donald Steven (1945), Ernst Bacon (1898), Eugene Aynsley Goossens (1893), George Strong (1856), Giuseppe Frugatta (1868), Hans Georg Nägeli (1773), Hans Holewa (1905), Harald Weiss (1949), Howard Goodall (1958), John Maxwell Geddes (1941), Joseph Drechsler (1782), Joseph Horovitz (1926), Miles Davis (1926), Nicola Piovani (1946), Philip Bračanin (1942), Samuil Feinberg (1890), W. Otto Miessner (1880), William Bolcom (1938), Yehuda Yannay (1937)

Aboard Captain Noah's Floating Zoo...

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« Reply #27 on: May 26, 2021, 09:13:18 am »

Camillo De Nardis (1857), Donald Steven (1945), Ernst Bacon (1898), Eugene Aynsley Goossens (1893), George Strong (1856), Giuseppe Frugatta (1868), Hans Georg Nägeli (1773), Hans Holewa (1905), Harald Weiss (1949), Howard Goodall (1958), John Maxwell Geddes (1941), Joseph Drechsler (1782), Joseph Horovitz (1926), Miles Davis (1926), Nicola Piovani (1946), Philip Bračanin (1942), Samuil Feinberg (1890), W. Otto Miessner (1880), William Bolcom (1938), Yehuda Yannay (1937)

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At last! I've heard of some of them.

Nice Horovitz reference with the picture. He's 95 today! Happy birthday, Joe!!
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« Reply #28 on: May 27, 2021, 06:12:41 am »

Celius Dougherty (1902), Claude Champagne (1891), Eino Tamberg (1930), Flint Juventino Beppe (1973), Fromental Halévy (1799), Harold Rome (1908), Hugh Le Caine (1914), Ivor Slaney (1921), Jaakko Mäntyjärvi (1963), James Wood (1953), Joachim Raff (1822), Louis Durey (1888), Ludvig Birkedal-Barfod (1850), Max Brod (1884), Michael Altenburg (1584), Paul Angerer (1927), Teppo Hauta-aho (1941), Thea Musgrave (1928)




No, my little chickadee, it's

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« Reply #29 on: May 28, 2021, 12:03:42 am »

Axel Gade (1860), Bernhard Lewkovitch (1927), Catherine Likhuta (1981), Friedrich Baumfelder (1836), Geminiano Giacomelli (1692), George Dyson (1883), Giovanni Sgambati (1841), György Ligeti (1923), Jerry Herst (1909), John Bergamo (1940), Kalevi Olli (1951), Maki Ishii (1936), Marguerite Monnot (1903), Michael David Krueger (1990), Ralph Carmichael (1927), Riccardo Zandonai (1883), Rob du Bois (1934), Roger Briggs (1952), Sarah Nemtsov (1980), Stephan Jaeggi (1903), Walter Goehr (1903), Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (1925)

And a happy 123rd to



Bet Vic sampled Pattisons' Whiskies as well as the Schweppe's ('tis a decent mixer).



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A great opera, buy it if y'aint already got it and enjoy. Meanwhile...



...and investigate Zandonai's Francesca da Rimini while yer at it!
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