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In reply to an earlier post on Jul 3, 2012 5:18:16 PM PDT
Soucient says:
hey, Guy, are you sure that this line isn't somewhere in the opera "Hamlet"?

Posted on Jul 3, 2012 5:23:49 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jul 3, 2012 5:24:49 PM PDT
David M. says:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - A Famous German Waltz God

(off by decades, but getting the letters right is accomplishment enough)

In reply to an earlier post on Jul 3, 2012 5:41:03 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jul 3, 2012 6:30:45 PM PDT
KenOC says:
Good one, and maybe not so far off in time. The waltz became popular in Vienna in the 1770s and more so in the 1780s. From a 1771 novel: "But when he put his arm around her, pressed her to his breast, cavorted with her in the shameless, indecent whirling-dance of the Germans and engaged in a familiarity that broke all the bounds of good breeding -- then my silent misery turned into burning rage."

I have an 1809 reference to "Muller and Kauer", whom an editor explains were "the Strausses of the day," but can't find info anywhere on how early they were active, whether they played waltzes, etc.

Nice quote from Wiki: "While the eighteenth century upper classes continued to dance the minuet, bored noblemen slipped away to the balls of their servants."

Posted on Jul 3, 2012 11:31:14 PM PDT
La Clemenza di Tito =

I Detect Amazon Ill

Posted on Jul 3, 2012 11:38:20 PM PDT
Bastien et Bastienne =

Intestines Abet Bean

Posted on Jul 3, 2012 11:39:14 PM PDT
Soucient says:
hat's with all the deleted posts? Are they salacious? Insulting? In bad taste?

I wish I could judge for myself whether these posts are any or all of the above. I like all that kinda stuff.

In reply to an earlier post on Jul 3, 2012 11:46:04 PM PDT
Dear Soucient,

I'm in the dark as well...it seems that a couple of them were in response to some of my older posts, but what they were or could have been, I guess I'll never know.

Posted on Jul 3, 2012 11:48:52 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jul 3, 2012 11:50:17 PM PDT
KenOC says:
Don Giovanni: "No!" on diva gin.

The deleted posts were probably by a previous member of this forum who has been "fired" by Amazon. In such cases, all the posts are deleted and the person becomes a non-person.

Posted on Jul 4, 2012 12:07:44 AM PDT
Thamos, King of Egypt =

Moist Fake Thong Gyp

(ew)

Posted on Jul 4, 2012 12:12:43 AM PDT
La finta giardiniera =

Defining a Trial Aria

In reply to an earlier post on Jul 5, 2012 11:51:35 PM PDT
Gregory G. says:
Radames,
I cannot do this sort of thing.........but wonderful,wonderful!
I Detect Amazon Ill"ha...ha...chortle,chuckle...oh heck...belly laugh!!
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