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:violin:
Anything you you want... no judgement. What are you listening to?

To which Trump replied, Fuck the law. I don't give a fuck about the law. I want my fucking money.

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There's no way you can listen to this and not smile. These guys are great.

I've heard this bull before.

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We don't know what we don't know.

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Because I play bagpipes, mrs ado sent me this meme. She sure has a sense of humor.

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But I don't play the Great Highland Bagpipes. I play their cousin, the Scottish Small Pipes, smaller, but an octave lower in pitch. And we are all grateful for that octave. Although they are bellows blown, they finger like the Highland pipes and, like the Highland pipes, only play nine notes.

Here is Brìghde Chaimbeul playing a set of Hamish Moore small pipes in D. Brìghde is brilliant young player from Skye. I believe she started playing the pipes as a toddler.


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:dance:
Birfers are toast

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Musically if I could ever go back and be where I wasn’t at the time it would have been here…
Birfers are toast

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That Supertramp post brought this to mind:


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Been listening to a lot of 2 Steps from Hell

<-- set to Final Fantasy 13 and 14 Cinematics.



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Two songs I listened to today.




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A 19th Amendment Centennial Moment:
The 19th Amendment was first introduced to Congress in 1878, yet it was not approved by Congress until 1919 – 41 years later.
- https://legaldictionary.net/19th-amendment/

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In the time of Covid-19 orchestras whose members are at home play together via the Internet.



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Image“If everyone fought for their own convictions there would be no war.”
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This is a few months old now, but last fall the neo-funk band Vulfpeck released a video of their live concert at Madison Square Garden for free on youtube. It's fantastic, energetic, and infectiously joyful. If you're not familiar with their music, you should be. Give it a listen if you've got a couple free hours:



What's amazing to me is how they're constantly switching between instruments, and they're good on all of them. And how much fun they have while doing it.

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If the pandemic hadn't happened tonight we would have gone to the Mercury's concert "dress rehearsal" at the U of H campus in Clear Lake which is then performed in the Wortham Center in downtown Houston on Saturday at much higher prices.

Instead the Mercury is going to broadcast its video recording of Beethoven's 9th Symphony this Saturday evening, March 28 at 7:30 PM CDT.

The Mercury is a world class ensemble that never fails to bring the audience to its feet.

If you are interested-

Beethoven's Ninth Broadcast in two days!

Maestro Antoine Plante will be joining us live this Saturday to introduce a video broadcast of one of our most popular concerts, Beethoven's Ninth. First performed in May 2016 as the grand finale of our 15th Anniversary Season, this ode to humanity is a beautiful way to connect with you, our Mercury family in place of our originally scheduled concert, Haydn's Cello Concerto.

SET YOUR REMINDERS:
Saturday, March 28 at 7:30 pm
Watch Mercury Beethoven's 9th Broadcast at
Facebook or mercuryhouston.org

We can't wait to share this very special broadcast with you!
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I am so proud of this young singer! My young friend is an opera student at University of Maine, and stepped out of their comfort zone on this. :lovestruck: :lovestruck: :lovestruck:


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That woman can SING! And she's charming! :kiss: :P
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All day yesterday earworm.

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Great earworm, Addie! :bighug:
A 19th Amendment Centennial Moment:
The 19th Amendment was first introduced to Congress in 1878, yet it was not approved by Congress until 1919 – 41 years later.
- https://legaldictionary.net/19th-amendment/

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I'll make this a companion post. The first time this kid listens to Sinatra.




Tiredretiredlawyer wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 10:51 am
Great earworm, Addie! :bighug:
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“Where all think alike, no one thinks very much.”
Walter Lippmann

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Detroit Symphony Orchestra is making hundreds of its past performances available for streaming at no cost.

https://livefromorchestrahall.vhx.tv/browse
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Maybenaut, Vance Gilbert is having a pajama party right now on YouTube.



Smooth jams tonight, all ballads.

ETA His pj bottoms are seersucker tonight 😁
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I am not "someone upthread".
Trump needs to be smashed into some kind of inedible orange pâté.

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I love this song.

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