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« Reply #270 on: August 29, 2021, 09:58:02 am »

Adolf Mišek (1875), Charlie Parker (1920), Chris Copping (1945), Edvin Kallstenius (1881), Ernesto Rodrigues (1959), Hiroki Kikuta (1962), Jacques Lenot (1945), Kumi Tanioka (1974), Leonardo De Lorenzo (1875), Lester Trimble (1923), Mischa Portnoff (1901), Sylvia Fine (1913), Wilhelm Hieronymus Pachelbel (1686), William Susman (1960)

Mmm, fancy a "dirty little farro"?



Personally, I'd avoid the "warm farmer's cheese".

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Sage advice. methinks.

When it comes to jazz I am no aficionado but I know what I like -- and Charlie Parker I like!
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« Reply #271 on: August 29, 2021, 10:46:14 am »

Adolf Mišek (1875), Charlie Parker (1920), Chris Copping (1945), Edvin Kallstenius (1881), Ernesto Rodrigues (1959), Hiroki Kikuta (1962), Jacques Lenot (1945), Kumi Tanioka (1974), Leonardo De Lorenzo (1875), Lester Trimble (1923), Mischa Portnoff (1901), Sylvia Fine (1913), Wilhelm Hieronymus Pachelbel (1686), William Susman (1960)

Personally, I'd avoid the "warm farmer's cheese".

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Sage advice. methinks.

When it comes to jazz I am no aficionado but I know what I like -- and Charlie Parker I like!

Bang on the money. Malcolm Arnold was another fan (Symphony No.6)...

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...still, it could have been the "farmer's warm cheese" that was on offer. I'd probably pass on that one too.

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« Reply #272 on: August 29, 2021, 11:41:14 am »

Adolf Mišek (1875), Charlie Parker (1920), Chris Copping (1945), Edvin Kallstenius (1881), Ernesto Rodrigues (1959), Hiroki Kikuta (1962), Jacques Lenot (1945), Kumi Tanioka (1974), Leonardo De Lorenzo (1875), Lester Trimble (1923), Mischa Portnoff (1901), Sylvia Fine (1913), Wilhelm Hieronymus Pachelbel (1686), William Susman (1960)

Personally, I'd avoid the "warm farmer's cheese".

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Sage advice. methinks.

When it comes to jazz I am no aficionado but I know what I like -- and Charlie Parker I like!

Bang on the money. Malcolm Arnold was another fan (Symphony No.6)...

 Smiley

...still, it could have been the "farmer's warm cheese" that was on offer. I'd probably pass on that one too.


He knew class when he heard it. Cheesy
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« Reply #273 on: August 30, 2021, 07:05:40 am »

Adolf Friedrich Hesse (1809), Arne Mellnäs (1933), August Duvernoy (1842), Brian Elias (1948), Carlo Alberto Rossi (1921), Christian Friedrich Gottlieb Schwencke (1767), David Maslanka (1943), David Schiff (1945), Emily Bear (2001), Ernani Aguiar (1950), Ernesto Cavallini (1807), Jakob Heinrich Lützel (1823), Jukka Tiensuu (1948), Kevin Oldham (1960), Lía Cimaglia Espinosa (1906), Liza Lim (1966), Piet Kee (1927), Robert Strassburg (1915), Simon Bainbridge (1952)

Time to exit this party, pursued by...



...it's a Motability piano, goes at 30 mph: right-hand pedal is the accelerator, left is the brake, steers according to pitch - the Fantasie-Impromptu gets it in a right tizzy. This way, that way, some of it barely legal...

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« Reply #274 on: August 30, 2021, 02:38:06 pm »

Adolf Friedrich Hesse (1809), Arne Mellnäs (1933), August Duvernoy (1842), Brian Elias (1948), Carlo Alberto Rossi (1921), Christian Friedrich Gottlieb Schwencke (1767), David Maslanka (1943), David Schiff (1945), Emily Bear (2001), Ernani Aguiar (1950), Ernesto Cavallini (1807), Jakob Heinrich Lützel (1823), Jukka Tiensuu (1948), Kevin Oldham (1960), Lía Cimaglia Espinosa (1906), Liza Lim (1966), Piet Kee (1927), Robert Strassburg (1915), Simon Bainbridge (1952)

Time to exit this party, pursued by...



...it's a Motability piano, goes at 30 mph: right-hand pedal is the accelerator, left is the brake, steers according to pitch - the Fantasie-Impromptu gets it in a right tizzy. This way, that way, some of it barely legal...

 Roll Eyes

Whoops, she's lighted upon Sorabji now. Traffic lights taken out, pensioners misplaced due to lack of any discernible social interest, advertisements for missing cats adorning every lamp-post - is there no end to her mayhem? Lionel, as Secretary of State for Transport, sure 'tis a shoddy rigmarole, make no mistake.



BAH!!!
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Whoops, she's lighted upon Sorabji now. Traffic lights taken out, pensioners misplaced due to lack of any discernible social interest, advertisements for missing cats adorning every lamp-post - is there no end to her mayhem? Lionel, as Secretary of State for Transport, sure 'tis a shoddy rigmarole, make no mistake.



BAH!!!

Dear Lord, perish the thought!
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« Reply #276 on: August 31, 2021, 12:07:41 am »

Alma Mahler (1879), Amilcare Ponchielli (1834), Capitao Furtado (1907), Charles O’Neill (1882), Charlotte Seither (1965), Conrad Baden (1908), Emmanuel Nunes (1941), François de Fossa (1775), George L. Cobb (1886), Jean-Étienne Despréaux (1748), Jean-Paul-Egide Martini (1741), Jiří Hudec (1923), Johann Paul Kunzen (1696), Klaus Hashagen (1924), L. Wolfe Gilbert (1886), Lee Hyla (1952), Lucrecia Roces Kasilag (1918), Peter Scott Lewis (1953), Willem Jeths (1959), Yuvan Shankar Raja (1979)

Time to trip the light fantastic.

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« Reply #277 on: August 31, 2021, 09:00:25 am »

Alma Mahler (1879), Amilcare Ponchielli (1834), Capitao Furtado (1907), Charles O’Neill (1882), Charlotte Seither (1965), Conrad Baden (1908), Emmanuel Nunes (1941), François de Fossa (1775), George L. Cobb (1886), Jean-Étienne Despréaux (1748), Jean-Paul-Egide Martini (1741), Jiří Hudec (1923), Johann Paul Kunzen (1696), Klaus Hashagen (1924), L. Wolfe Gilbert (1886), Lee Hyla (1952), Lucrecia Roces Kasilag (1918), Peter Scott Lewis (1953), Willem Jeths (1959), Yuvan Shankar Raja (1979)

Time to trip the light fantastic.



 Grin Rather than Dance of the Hours, we picture Dance of the Pachyderms!
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« Reply #278 on: August 31, 2021, 09:32:16 am »

Grin Rather than Dance of the Hours, we picture Dance of the Pachyderms!

Yep, Fantasia (1940) is a stunning achievement of technique and imagination - and great orchestral playing too.

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« Reply #279 on: September 01, 2021, 07:42:11 am »

Benjamin C.S. Boyle (1979), Elizabeth Hayden Pizer (1954), Engelbert Humperdinck (1854), Frank William Erickson (1923), Franz Biebl (1906), Johann Becker (1726), Johann Pachelbel (1653), Joseph Schillinger (1895), Joseph Williams (1960), Leonard Slatkin (1944), Othmar Schoeck (1886), Paul Mertz (1904), Richard Hundley (1931), Thomas Erskine (1732), Wayne Horvitz (1955), Yoshitaka Hirota (1971)

Uh-oh, it's gingerbread on the menu...



...da-de, da-de, da-de, dah, da-de, da-de, da-diddle-dah.



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« Reply #280 on: September 02, 2021, 08:57:51 am »

Alphons Diepenbrock (1862), Andrey Petrov (1930), Armando Trovaioli (1917), Bern Herbolsheimer (1948), Cara Haxo (1991), Carlos Hartling (1869), David Blake (1936), Georg Böhm (1661), Gherase Dendrino (1901), Greg Steinke (1942), Hugo Montenegro (1925), Isidor Philipp (1863), John Zorn (1953), Julian Yu (1957), Laurindo Almeida (1917), Lydia Kakabadse (1955), Michael Sahl (1934), Miloslav Ištvan (1928), Tom Glazer (1914), Tsvi Avni (1927), Walther Boer (1891)

Sometimes the venue can really lend enchantment to a gathering. Think the party's in the room upstairs, the black bunting is rather jolly...

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« Reply #281 on: September 03, 2021, 12:27:28 am »

Abel Ehrlich (1915), Adriano Banchieri (1568), Alexander Gurilyov (1803), Anthony Collins (1893), Armando Pierucci (1935), Arthur Wilkinson (1919), Ferdinand Zellbell, Jr. (1719), Filippo Gragnani (1768), Francisco Mignone (1897), Giovanni Battista Costanzi (1704), Hale Ascher VanderCook (1864), Jacob Christian Fabricius (1840), Kjell Perder (1954), Knut Nystedt (1915), Lothar Voigtländer (1943), Marcel Grandjany (1891), Nils Eriksson (1902), Norihiko Hibino (1973), Otto Ketting (1935), Pietro Locatelli (1695), Rudolf Kelterborn (1931), Şehrazat (1952), Wayne Peterson (1927)

Guess who's coming to the party...



...better look sharp.
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« Reply #282 on: September 03, 2021, 08:37:42 am »

Abel Ehrlich (1915), Adriano Banchieri (1568), Alexander Gurilyov (1803), Anthony Collins (1893), Armando Pierucci (1935), Arthur Wilkinson (1919), Ferdinand Zellbell, Jr. (1719), Filippo Gragnani (1768), Francisco Mignone (1897), Giovanni Battista Costanzi (1704), Hale Ascher VanderCook (1864), Jacob Christian Fabricius (1840), Kjell Perder (1954), Knut Nystedt (1915), Lothar Voigtländer (1943), Marcel Grandjany (1891), Nils Eriksson (1902), Norihiko Hibino (1973), Otto Ketting (1935), Pietro Locatelli (1695), Rudolf Kelterborn (1931), Şehrazat (1952), Wayne Peterson (1927)

Guess who's coming to the party...



...better look sharp.

Two clues for the price of one! That would be Anthony Collins, then.
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« Reply #283 on: September 03, 2021, 09:19:59 am »

Two clues for the price of one! That would be Anthony Collins, then.

Yes, it certainly would. It's a BOGOF birthday...

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« Reply #284 on: September 04, 2021, 08:30:52 am »

Aadesh Shrivastava (1966), Alejandro Viñao (1951), Alexander Moyzes (1906), Anton Bruckner (1824), Ariel Ramirez (1921), Brian Cherney (1942), Carl Heinrich Biber (1681), Constantijn Huygens (1596), Daniel Godfrey (1831), Darius Milhaud (1892), Dave Liebman (1946), Edoardo Mascheroni (1852), François Bazin (1816), Frederic Curzon (1899), Jacob Hintze (1622), Ján Levoslav Bella (1843), Mihály Mosonyi (1815), Nicholas Jackson (1934), Pedro Camacho (1979), Remo Giazotto (1910), Sholom Secunda (1894), Simeon Bellison (1881)

Don't want any of the guests slipping on the steps...

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