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« Reply #300 on: September 08, 2021, 10:36:53 am »

As cilgwyn recently wrote of Dvořák in another thread, "Now, there's a life enhancing composer!" and I couldn't have put it better.

A true blessing to music - with apologies to cilgwyn, I refer to Dvorak. Or do I?

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I imagine you refer to both. Smiley
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« Reply #301 on: September 08, 2021, 11:08:46 am »

As cilgwyn recently wrote of Dvořák in another thread, "Now, there's a life enhancing composer!" and I couldn't have put it better.

A true blessing to music - with apologies to cilgwyn, I refer to Dvorak. Or do I?

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I imagine you refer to both. Smiley

Of course.

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« Reply #302 on: September 09, 2021, 10:55:30 am »

Curtis Curtis-Smith (1941), David Rosenboom (1947), Edward Burlingame Hill (1872), Edwin Lemare (1865), Éric Serra (1959), Hoyt Curtin (1922), James Barnes (1949), Joan Cererols (1618), Joey Newman (1976), Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer (1656), Johann Christoph Pez (1664), Johannes Barend Litzau (1822), Leopoldo Miguez (1850), Maj Sřnstevold (1917), Matthias Kadar (1977), Maurice Dela (1919), Nancy Hascall (1947), Neil Chotem (1920), Stu Phillips (1929), Urmas Sisask (1960)

Erm, time for something gratuitously random methinks...



...yep, that'll do.

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« Reply #303 on: September 10, 2021, 07:11:42 am »

Akio Yashiro (1929), Albert Gumble (1883), Alemdar Karamanov (1934), Bartolomeo Campagnoli (1751), Boris Tchaikovsky (1925), Bruce Hamilton (1966), Carleton Macy (1944), Emilio Pujol (1886), Heinz Friedrich Hartig (1907), Henry Purcell (1659), Larry Sitsky (1934), Lex van Delden (1919), Niccolň Jommelli (1714), Nicholas Lanier (1588), Paula Kelley (1970), Raymond Scott (1908), Shawn Persinger (1971), Tor Aulin (1866), Wolfgang Motz (1952)

One musical giant today.



Though some may demur...

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« Reply #304 on: September 11, 2021, 07:28:58 am »

Akos Dutka (1881), Alfred Hollins (1865), Annie Gosfield (1960), Arvo Pärt (1935), David Higgins (1938), Friedrich Kuhlau (1786), Gianluigi Gelmetti (1945), Harry Somers (1925), Heinrich Kaspar Schmid (1874), Herbert Stothart (1885), Ignaz Lachner (1807), Jean-François Dandrieu (1681), Jeffrey Roden (1951), John Pickard (1963), Noël Gallon (1891), Philipp Buchner (1614), Tatjana Komarova (1968), Valentino Fioravanti (1764), Vally Weigl (1894), Victoria Poleva (1962), William Boyce (1711)

Another great British composer with a fulsome wig...



....one bun or two?

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« Reply #305 on: September 12, 2021, 07:04:30 am »

Benjamin Carr (1768), Eric Thiman (1900), Ernst Pepping (1901), Gavriil Popov (1904), Gerhard Winkler (1906), Hans Zimmer (1957), Harvey Schmidt (1929), Herbert L. Clarke (1867), Jan Brandts Buys (1868), Johann Benjamin Gross (1809), Johann Heinrich Beck (1856), Karl Doppler (1825), Larry Austin (1930), Macedonio Alcalá (1831), Nathan Larson (1970), Phillip Ramey (1939), Salvador Bacarisse (1898), Sébastian de Brossard (1655), Stefanos Korkolis (1960), Theodor Kullak (1818), Tomas Dusatko (1952), Tomás Garbizu (1901), Tomás Marco (1949)

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« Reply #306 on: September 12, 2021, 09:34:09 am »

Benjamin Carr (1768), Eric Thiman (1900), Ernst Pepping (1901), Gavriil Popov (1904), Gerhard Winkler (1906), Hans Zimmer (1957), Harvey Schmidt (1929), Herbert L. Clarke (1867), Jan Brandts Buys (1868), Johann Benjamin Gross (1809), Johann Heinrich Beck (1856), Karl Doppler (1825), Larry Austin (1930), Macedonio Alcalá (1831), Nathan Larson (1970), Phillip Ramey (1939), Salvador Bacarisse (1898), Sébastian de Brossard (1655), Stefanos Korkolis (1960), Theodor Kullak (1818), Tomas Dusatko (1952), Tomás Garbizu (1901), Tomás Marco (1949)



You have defeated me there. Unless they are looking out for lions. of course...
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« Reply #307 on: September 12, 2021, 09:40:38 am »

Benjamin Carr (1768), Eric Thiman (1900), Ernst Pepping (1901), Gavriil Popov (1904), Gerhard Winkler (1906), Hans Zimmer (1957), Harvey Schmidt (1929), Herbert L. Clarke (1867), Jan Brandts Buys (1868), Johann Benjamin Gross (1809), Johann Heinrich Beck (1856), Karl Doppler (1825), Larry Austin (1930), Macedonio Alcalá (1831), Nathan Larson (1970), Phillip Ramey (1939), Salvador Bacarisse (1898), Sébastian de Brossard (1655), Stefanos Korkolis (1960), Theodor Kullak (1818), Tomas Dusatko (1952), Tomás Garbizu (1901), Tomás Marco (1949)



You have defeated me there. Unless they are looking out for lions. of course...

'Tis totally relevance-free, I just rather liked the elephant.

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« Reply #308 on: September 12, 2021, 09:44:56 am »

Benjamin Carr (1768), Eric Thiman (1900), Ernst Pepping (1901), Gavriil Popov (1904), Gerhard Winkler (1906), Hans Zimmer (1957), Harvey Schmidt (1929), Herbert L. Clarke (1867), Jan Brandts Buys (1868), Johann Benjamin Gross (1809), Johann Heinrich Beck (1856), Karl Doppler (1825), Larry Austin (1930), Macedonio Alcalá (1831), Nathan Larson (1970), Phillip Ramey (1939), Salvador Bacarisse (1898), Sébastian de Brossard (1655), Stefanos Korkolis (1960), Theodor Kullak (1818), Tomas Dusatko (1952), Tomás Garbizu (1901), Tomás Marco (1949)



You have defeated me there. Unless they are looking out for lions. of course...

'Tis totally relevance-free, I just rather liked the elephant.

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Fairy Nuff.
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« Reply #309 on: September 12, 2021, 09:56:16 am »

Fairy Nuff.
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« Reply #310 on: September 13, 2021, 06:19:21 am »

Alain Louvier (1945), Arnold Schoenberg (1874), Catharinus Elling (1858), Charles E. Duble (1884), Clara Schumann (1819), David Mansfield (1956), Evan Evans (1975), Ezio Bosso (1971), Francesco Manelli (1594), Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583), James Guymon (1977), Jenő Kenessey (1905), Kenneth Jacobs (1948), Lee Abramson (1970), Leith Stevens (1909), Luca Antonio Predieri (1688), Manabu Namiki (1971), Maurice Jarre (1924), Mel Tormé (1925), Riikka Talvitie (1970), Robert Ward (1917), Tadeusz Szeligowski (1896), Vladislav Zolotaryov (1942)



Is it natural or sharp to hold a birthday party in this flat?

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« Reply #311 on: September 14, 2021, 07:27:51 am »

Cachao López (1918), David Sawer (1961), Donald Allured (1922), Francis Edward Bache (1833), Harald Fryklof (1882), Ingvar Karkoff (1958), James Ord Hume (1864), John Golland (1942), Kuldar Sink (1942), Kunihiko Hashimoto (1924), Lasse Dahlquist (1910), Lehman Engel (1910), Maria Grever (1885), Michael Haydn (1737), Michael Jary (1906), Niels Peter Hillebrandt (1815), Paul Bonneau (1918), Paul Kochanski (1887), Pavel Lambert Mašek (1761), Richard Ellsasser (1926), Rolf Liebermann (1910), Steven Reineke (1970)

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« Reply #312 on: September 14, 2021, 07:57:17 am »

Cachao López (1918), David Sawer (1961), Donald Allured (1922), Francis Edward Bache (1833), Harald Fryklof (1882), Ingvar Karkoff (1958), James Ord Hume (1864), John Golland (1942), Kuldar Sink (1942), Kunihiko Hashimoto (1924), Lasse Dahlquist (1910), Lehman Engel (1910), Maria Grever (1885), Michael Haydn (1737), Michael Jary (1906), Niels Peter Hillebrandt (1815), Paul Bonneau (1918), Paul Kochanski (1887), Pavel Lambert Mašek (1761), Richard Ellsasser (1926), Rolf Liebermann (1910), Steven Reineke (1970)



"Cute". Pity we don't have one of those 'vomit' emojis. Roll Eyes
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« Reply #313 on: September 14, 2021, 08:59:03 am »

"Cute". Pity we don't have one of those 'vomit' emojis. Roll Eyes

Extra emojis cost money, apparently.

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But here's one for free...



...simply save to your favourites and pop it in at random.

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« Reply #314 on: September 14, 2021, 09:00:42 am »

"Cute". Pity we don't have one of those 'vomit' emojis. Roll Eyes

Extra emojis cost money, apparently.

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...simply save to your favourites and pop it in at random.

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Very useful, thanks!
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