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By Jim and Pat Dalton
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Hafdis Huld (she is so cute! :oops: .... ahem!)

This is a recording of her playing live on the Radcliffe and Maconie show last xmas where she charmed the pants of everyone.....again!

My xmas good mood feeling started at this exact point.

Alistair is her guitar player btw


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By Keef
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Found ecce quomodo moritur - fill yer boots:

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By Pianorak
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Thanks for that, Keef. Never heard of him. Probably idle to speculate if there was a family connection with GF Handel. [Wikipedia]: . . . the simple Ecce quomodo moritur justus later used by George Frideric Handel in his funeral anthem The Ways of Zion Do Mourn.
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By PeteSpencer
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Happy Soup by Baxter Dury, son of late Ian.

Chip off the old block(head :lol: )
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By Steve D
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TheKentishFledgling wrote:Loving Pink Martini and China Forbes' solo stuff at the moment. Hey Eugene is a great album.


Agreed. The odd-numbered albums (Sympathique & Hey Eugene) are wonderful. #2 and 4 lerss so, IMHO. Going to see them live in Liverpool at the beginning of next month. :D

Currently listening to 'Take Five' as prefromed by Bugge Wesseltoft. A most original and excellent take on the Brubeck classic. Mr W is prolific, and ever so slightly wierd. Going to see him in Manchester on 11 Oct. :D
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By Keef
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I never thought I'd like Bartok, but I'm enjoying this:



- encouraged by my oppo over the road (who is also church organist, village choir director, etc).
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By Pianorak
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Keef wrote:I never thought I'd like Bartok, but I'm enjoying this: . . .

Well hwyr na hwyrach :wink:
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