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    Lightbulb Valhalla

    As Fafner carried away his treasure, a great storm gathered over the mountain crest.
    The sky grew black. The thunder rolled. Its echoes bounded on from cloud to cloud, from peak to peak, then rumbled down the valleys to the sea.
    Then the clouds drifted away. The setting sun shot its long rays into the deep valley.
    There, arching over the river and reaching from the flowery mountain-side to the very door of the gleaming castle, stood a shining rainbow bridge.

    Fred

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    Fred:
    You are at your best when painting pictures with your music. I wanted to put on my horned helmet and play that bass trombone part.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by sosmus View Post
    Fred:
    You are at your best when painting pictures with your music. I wanted to put on my horned helmet and play that bass trombone part.

    Steve
    While we are in Valhalla, we can as well have a mug of mead, Steve...


    Mead, in the days of the vikings:
    "It was dense, untransparent, hue from dark brown to yellow-orange colour and was much stronger, contained 11-13% of pure alcohol."

    Glad you liked the bass trombone!

    Fred

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    Quote Originally Posted by sosmus View Post
    Fred:
    You are at your best when painting pictures with your music. I wanted to put on my horned helmet and play that bass trombone part.

    Steve

    Me, too... lol!

    And I've never played a trombone in my life.

    Nice work, Fred!

    My best,



    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by etLux View Post
    Me, too... lol!

    And I've never played a trombone in my life.

    Nice work, Fred!

    My best,



    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    Hi David,

    Shostakovich symphonies inspires me to use bass trombone...

    Oh! I would also like to play bass trombone...!


    Fred

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