Ahh.. a jolly morning jaunt. The participants seemed to enjoy it too.
Exactly what I thought, Stan. After watching the exuberant performance of Seiji and the (mostly) young musicians, I called the piece Planet of Fun. Though your title, Sean, truly appeals to me following your previously somber, doomsday post.:)Ozawa was with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra from 1965 to 1970. I never missed a concert, and managed to shake hand with him a few times. No, he won't remember me! But he very nicely spoke a few words of French to the enthusiastic young lady I was in those days.Will I ever write a two-line perfect, succint comment? I don't think enthusiastic old ladies can, dear Sean.:)
AH now that is an utter delight Sean
I missed the c in succinct...a word which will never describe my fifty to one hundred-line comments!
Claudia: The world would be a less interesting place without your fifty to one hundred-line comments! Thank you for a lovely story. (And as a story, it is quite succinct.)
Ahh! just perfect :-)
jolly good... :)
Dear all,glad you appreciated what is noise-related. :)Claudia,trying to find back too my good old taciturnity, I do just echo Stan. :)