Monthly Archives: March 2012

And now….The Chocolate Song

For all you LVW chocoholics, here is the breakdown of parts that make up this velvety bean.  Each audio part begins with a 4 count click-in.  I’ve exported these files at a higher volume for those of you who have … Continue reading

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Party at Joan and Roger’s house!

Roger Parish says: We are having a Birthday Party for Joan on the 1st of April(Sunday). Its running from 12 noon and is a drop in, eat drink and be merry affair which will run until the last guest has … Continue reading

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2 new stories of interest: Bocelli Bows Out and BBC’s Maestro re-rears its ugly head

Anyone interested in the current state of classical music should be following Norman Lebrecht’s blog Slipped Disc.  Full of good stuff for you head. Here’s Norman’s latest takes on Bocelli’s catastrophic Romeo and the BBC’s dreary return of “Maestro.” Bocelli … Continue reading

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