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« Reply #135 on: August 04, 2021, 08:53:28 am »

Alan Bullard (1947), Alexander Vladigerov (1933), Arthur Butterworth (1923), Boris Alexandrov (1905), Coriún Aharonián (1940), David Bedford (1937), David Raksin (1912), François Valéry (1954), Henri Berger (1844), Italo Montemezzi (1875), Klaus Schulze (1947), Lois V Vierk (1951), Louis Lully (1664), Marianella Machado (1959), Maximilian Stadler (1748), Olga Neuwirth (1968), Orhan Gencebay (1944), Philip Lasser (1963), William Schuman (1910)



Nice on a toasted crumpet (whoops, forgot the fire-guard). Ne'er mind - I'll apply the unctions and emollients.

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I prefer to eat my fresh butter with a tablespoon.
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« Reply #136 on: August 04, 2021, 10:24:54 am »

I prefer to eat my fresh butter with a tablespoon.

I simply wouldn't have the Patience, although I would adopt the same technique with clotted cream.

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« Reply #137 on: August 04, 2021, 10:42:36 am »

I prefer to eat my fresh butter with a tablespoon.

I simply wouldn't have the Patience, although I would adopt the same technique with clotted cream.

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Very sharp. Straight out the knife box, indeed! Cheesy
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« Reply #138 on: August 05, 2021, 03:27:07 am »

Airto Moreira (1941), Ambroise Thomas (1811), Anti Marguste (1931), Antonio Cesti (1623), Betsy Jolas (1926), Carlo Giorgio Garofalo (1886), Christopher Gunning (1944), Eicca Toppinen (1975), Emigdio Ayala Báez (1917), François Joseph Naderman (1781), Friedrich August Kummer (1797), Guillaume Dufay (1397?), Gunnar Bucht (1927), Hans Gál (1890), Harry L. Alford (1879), James Scott Skinner (1843), Joachim Werzlau (1913), José Evangelista (1943), Josef-Friedrich Doppelbauer (1918), Juan Carlos Paz (1901), Leonardo Leo (1694), Mark O’Connor (1961), Motoi Sakuraba (1965), Óscar Esplá (1886), Oskar Merikanto (1868), Paola Massarenghi (1565), Philipp Friedrich Böddecker (1607), Pierre Bartholomée (1937), Stjepan Šulek (1914), Tera de Marez Oyens (1932), Tokuhide Niimi (1947), Vladimir Rubin (1924)

There must have been something in the water...

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« Reply #139 on: August 06, 2021, 06:49:42 am »

Adoniran Barbosa (1910), Barbara Strozzi (1619), Cyril J. Mockridge (1896), Edward Ballantine (1886), Ernesto Lecuona (1895), Friedrich Schröder (1910), Henry Kucharzyk (1953), Johann Christian Gebauer (1808), Johann Michael Zächer (1649), Leland Smith (1925), Mortimer Wilson (1876), Oliver Wallace (1887), Robyn Miller (1966), Rusty Magee (1955), Sřren Hyldgaard (1962), Sorrel Hays (1941), Stephan Shewan (1962), Yesari Asim Arsoy (1900), Yuki Kajiura (1965)

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« Reply #140 on: August 06, 2021, 09:20:26 am »

Adoniran Barbosa (1910), Barbara Strozzi (1619), Cyril J. Mockridge (1896), Edward Ballantine (1886), Ernesto Lecuona (1895), Friedrich Schröder (1910), Henry Kucharzyk (1953), Johann Christian Gebauer (1808), Johann Michael Zächer (1649), Leland Smith (1925), Mortimer Wilson (1876), Oliver Wallace (1887), Robyn Miller (1966), Rusty Magee (1955), Sřren Hyldgaard (1962), Sorrel Hays (1941), Stephan Shewan (1962), Yesari Asim Arsoy (1900), Yuki Kajiura (1965)



I shouldn't fancy bumping into any of that lot in a dark alley... The people in the photograph I mean, not the composers. Grin
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« Reply #141 on: August 06, 2021, 10:00:06 am »

I shouldn't fancy bumping into any of that lot in a dark alley... The people in the photograph I mean, not the composers. Grin

Aye, the doll is probably the only member of the party I'd trust - still there's a bottle on the table and some "live" music going on...or it musique de mort? As to bumping into any of them, I should think you're pretty safe by now...

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« Reply #142 on: August 07, 2021, 06:38:16 am »

Cayetano Alberto Silva (1868), Ernesto Lecuona (1896), Gerhard Frommel (1906), Granville Bantock (1868), Imre Csenki (1912), John Gluck (1925), Julián Orbón (1925), Karel Husa (1921), Saburō Moroi (1903), Thomas Lupo (1571), Veljo Tormis (1930)

Happy birthday, Sir Granville! C'mon it's party time, try to enter into the spirit.



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That's more like it - Knees bend, arms stretch, rah-rah-rah...



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« Reply #143 on: August 08, 2021, 06:55:18 am »

Adolf Busch (1891), André Jolivet (1905), Benny Carter (1907), Cécile Chaminade (1857), Daniel Börtz (1943), Emanuel Amiran-Pougatchov (1909), Hans Heusser (1892), István Szelényi (1904), Jacques Hétu (1938), Jonathan Elkus (1931), Laurent Belissen (1693), Maura Bosch (1958), Michael Brimer (1933), Pietro Yon (1886), Roger Nixon (1921), Simón Díaz (1928), Štěpán Rak (1945), Synne Skouen (1950), Thomas Beversdorf (1924), Thomas Koschat (1845), Victor Young (1900), William Henry Squire (1871), William Hibbard (1939)

And another bumper crop...

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« Reply #144 on: August 09, 2021, 06:29:33 am »

Albert Ketčlbey (1875), Amalia Catharina (1640), Ernesto Cordero (1946), Frank Tveor Nordensten (1955), Haim Alexander (1915), Isidore de Lara (1858), Johann Michael Bach (1648), Nicolas-Charles Bochsa (1789), Reynaldo Hahn (1874), Sándor Jemnitz (1890), Victor Urbancic (1903), Wilhelm Berger (1861), Yannick Plamondon (1970)

Time for a party in...well, take your pick -



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« Reply #145 on: August 09, 2021, 08:36:43 am »

Albert Ketčlbey (1875), Amalia Catharina (1640), Ernesto Cordero (1946), Frank Tveor Nordensten (1955), Haim Alexander (1915), Isidore de Lara (1858), Johann Michael Bach (1648), Nicolas-Charles Bochsa (1789), Reynaldo Hahn (1874), Sándor Jemnitz (1890), Victor Urbancic (1903), Wilhelm Berger (1861), Yannick Plamondon (1970)

Time for a party in...well, take your pick -



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 Grin A Monastery Garden, I think -- so long as it's one of  those that produce Bénédictine  Tongue
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« Reply #146 on: August 09, 2021, 09:33:45 am »

Grin A Monastery Garden, I think -- so long as it's one of  those that produce Bénédictine  Tongue

Old Albert certainly got around a bit: we could also be celebrating In the Mystic Land of Egypt, In the Moonlight, In the Shadow of St Paul's, In a Camp of Ancient Britons, By the Blue Hawaiian Waters, With the Roumanian Gypsies or Under the Fairy Lamps...

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...perhaps thankfully, he didn't get round to In My Lady's Chamber.



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« Reply #147 on: August 09, 2021, 10:43:15 am »

Grin A Monastery Garden, I think -- so long as it's one of  those that produce Bénédictine  Tongue

Old Albert certainly got around a bit: we could also be celebrating In the Mystic Land of Egypt, In the Moonlight, In the Shadow of St Paul's, In a Camp of Ancient Britons, By the Blue Hawaiian Waters, With the Roumanian Gypsies or Under the Fairy Lamps...

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...perhaps thankfully, he didn't get round to In My Lady's Chamber.



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Or if he did, he didn't immortalise it in An Orchestral Picture!
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« Reply #148 on: August 09, 2021, 10:46:19 am »

Grin A Monastery Garden, I think -- so long as it's one of  those that produce Bénédictine  Tongue

Old Albert certainly got around a bit: we could also be celebrating In the Mystic Land of Egypt, In the Moonlight, In the Shadow of St Paul's, In a Camp of Ancient Britons, By the Blue Hawaiian Waters, With the Roumanian Gypsies or Under the Fairy Lamps...

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...perhaps thankfully, he didn't get round to In My Lady's Chamber.



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Or if he did, he didn't immortalise it in An Orchestral Picture!

Shame really, he could have pioneered the revival of the oboe d'amore...

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« Reply #149 on: August 09, 2021, 10:48:09 am »

Grin A Monastery Garden, I think -- so long as it's one of  those that produce Bénédictine  Tongue

Old Albert certainly got around a bit: we could also be celebrating In the Mystic Land of Egypt, In the Moonlight, In the Shadow of St Paul's, In a Camp of Ancient Britons, By the Blue Hawaiian Waters, With the Roumanian Gypsies or Under the Fairy Lamps...

 Cheesy

...perhaps thankfully, he didn't get round to In My Lady's Chamber.



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Or if he did, he didn't immortalise it in An Orchestral Picture!

Shame really, he could have pioneered the revival of the oboe d'amore...

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I always thought that oboe d'amore was a euphemism for something...
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