Skip to comments.FReeper Canteen ~ Tunes For The Troops! ~ 20 July 2013
Posted on 07/19/2013 5:59:43 PM PDT by Kathy in Alaska
Shouldn’t pictures of Calvin be in the Religion Forum?
Hi LUV W!
We still have rain on our forecast as well. There were some big clouds to our north late yesterday. Haven’t seen any reports of rain yet.
Good morning LUV and (((HUGS))).
Nice music, LUV.
Drumbo, great pictures. Thanks for sharing.
The Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello was written by the 19 year old Leonard Bernstein in 1937 when he was a student at Harvard. Its in three movements.
The opening movements introduction starts adagio non troppo, which means at rest, but dont rest too much. There is dissonance, but the idiom is tonal
At 1:46 the main part of the movement begins, marked allegro vivace, which means quick and lively. There is a lot of fugue with a hint of folk music. It ends with a largamente section, which means slow and broadly played with the beats separated.
The second movement at 7:45 is marked in the tempo of a march. Its got a lot of pizzicato and hints of jazz and folk music. The end is wild.
The third movement at 11:20 starts with a largo introduction, which means very, very slowly. This may be his token attempt at a slow movement.
But at 12:50 things liven up with the main body of the movement, marked allegro vivo e molto ritmico, which means quick, lively and with a lot of rhythm. Lenny seems rather fond of fugues and pizzicato at this point in his student years. It sounds a lot like Dvorak, but a kind of acerbic and dissonant Dvorak with the rhythmic touch of Stravinsky.
These pics of you two have made my heart fly!
Thank you, God!
((HUGS))Good Saturday morning, LUV W. How's it going?
A lot of folks have sang that song since then. Would you happen to know who I'm talking about? I can't remember who we were listening to.
You OK? You can see I've been busy.
Good afternoon, Prof.
It’s been really rough pain wise..
(I am so sorry to sound like a broken record)
I will be here tonight posting tunes.
Right now, I am doing the “house-mouse” thing.
yes, you HAVE been busy!
What do you do in your spare time?
I am profoundly happy for you.
I've been going thru a tooth pull and a dental implant, so that has meant a bit of commuting to Savannah and back. The procedure wasn't as bad as I thought it would be, thanks to the fact that I was full of novacaine. The anti-inflammatory and painkiller made the first 24 hours bearable, and after that I had no trouble at all.
I'm wondering what I should do for the next Canteen project.
Here is a list of the songs in the Jukebox:
Artist/s - Song Names:
Celeste Mendoza - Echale Salsita ( Son )
Celeste Mendoza - El Chisme De La Cuchara ( Guaguanco )
Celeste Mendoza - El Final No Llegar ( Bolero )
Celeste Mendoza - El Poder Mayor ( Guaguanco )
La Orquesta Ceiba - El Bailador
La Orquesta Herencia Salsera - El Manicerito
La Orquesta Macabeo - Bonus Track
La Orquesta Macabeo - Charlatan
La Orquesta Macabeo - La Culpa
La Orquesta Salsa Espesa - Casamiento No
La Sonora Los Fantasticos - Monina Y Ramon
Los Soneros All-Stars - Nague Que Bola
Manny Silvera - Cosas Del Destino
Melchor Zapata - Irimo
Montuno Swing - La Renta de Tula
Mundito Y Su Orquesta Celestial - Yo Me Pongo Sabroso
Oscar Ledezma Y Los Okanais - Guajira Pa' La Osha
Paul De Castro Y Su Orquesta Dengue - Maestro Frank
Raul Gutierez Y Irazu - Se Te Van Los Pies
Sexappeal - A Escondida
Sexappeal - Camino Real Por Vereda
Sexappeal - Dime
Son Quatro - Pueblo Latino
Sonando - Para Ti Bailador
Timbalive - Arriba Tu Gozas Mas
Timbalive - Ave Maria Que Calor
Timbalive - Chirrin Chirran
Timbalive - Zorra
Tumbao Y Trombon - Paris Tiene Su Salsa
Victor Rendon - Por La Manana
It is my pleasure to honor the TROOPS and to hopefully give to them and their supporters some enjoyment!
Awww, how sweet! Thanks, that is a great song!
How did you know I enjoy country?!
I LOVE gratuitous Mikey pictures!!!!
You and Mikey look awfully happy together.
“I imagine the whole country is tired of the heat, altho Texas and Oklahoma did get some good rain.”
It is raining here in TX as I type. Gotta love it! ;-)
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