That is excellent. One of my favorite CD's (especially to play without intro to guests) is "What if Mozart wrote "Born to Be Wild." It's very well done.
Kawai.Excellent, and I didn't catch it until the second look. I fear the majority of those hip enough to catch the allusion will assume latitude taken with the spelling.It's lonely being literate.
We play a deep game here at the cottage.
Reminds me of Bo Derek.
Just full of so much GRIN for teh WIN!I loved it. And his hands were a blur at some points there.
I am currently practicing, mangling, butchering, murdering Moonlight Sonata - movement 2 on my Kawai, which hasn't been tuned in three years. The harmonies.Oh, dear lawd....just end the piece, Duddums and be done with it!
First thing I ever heard from Dud & Co. was an interview with The Yard about the Great Train Robbery. They wanted us to know first off that it wasn't the train that had been stolen...
Comet, it makes your mouth so clean. Comet, it tastes like gasoline...That's the version I know. Never heard of that Beethoven fellow.
That's what we in the rocj and rool biidness call an Allman Brothers ending.
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