Wednesday, November 18, 2009

The Double Concerto for two violins and orchestra. Here presented live in piano reduction at Tom Baker's Composers Salon at the Chapel at Good Shepard


Blogger Lane Savant said...

O.K. There's one. Other two to follow soonly.

6:20 PM  
Blogger Glenn Buttkus said...

Damned Big Brother computer will not show "anything" in the post
at all. At first I thought you
had done that on purpose, and
then I realized that whatever video clip or link you put there,
is just completely filtered out
by the government buttfaces.
Ironically, I just read an email
this morning saying that the VA,
the Department of Veteran's Affairs
now is on Facebook, with the
little note attached saying that
of course no staff can access
this from the office, and to
please do so from home.
What BS. Anyway, thanks for
nothing, nothing I can see for
now, or click on, or see, or hear.
I just came back from Friko's
Musings. I can read it from here,
but still cannot post a comment;
and that is one I can do at home.
Jannie's site keeps freezing up
on me, either won't open, or dies
on the cyber vine while I'm on it.
It ain't right, I tell you.
I was up way too late last night,
like 11pm; normally get to bed
at 8pm. My TFC meeting ran long,
and the weather was foul for my
commute home from downtown.
So I am shuffling about in
Zombietown this morning. I stopped
at Denny's and knocked down several
cups of strong coffee, and an
lumberjack slam; 2 hotcakes, 2 pieces of bacon, hashbrowns, English muffin, 2 eggs, and honey ham, with a large milk and a small
orange juice--thinking that if I
fueled up and caffeined up I would
somehow feel better, but now all
I want to do is go back to sleep,
and I am uncomfortably full.
There were three events happening
in Tacoma last night, so the
parking was terrible. We had a
small turnout, like 15 members,
but a spirited discussion of the
three films; a few good laughs.
One of the members, there with
his wife, had too much wine, and
he kept raving that THE MISFITS
made him so sad that he needed
to tell his wife that he loved
her and kiss her "on her bare
bottom." This made a big hit
with her, sitting next to him.
Somehow I have to slog through
7 hours of teaching and report
keeping, and meetings. Good luck,
Glenn, wherever you are.

6:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hallo, Lane & Glenn:
In far fewer words than Glenn required, I must confess I am unable to hear or see what the concert brought. Alas!!!!!
Hope to see & hear the concerto live when I'm in Seattle in Jan & Feb.


4:41 AM  

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