Well, now, I thought you were off somewhere looking for the edge of the universe and fell off! Apparently I was wrong!
What an excellent idea, Mr. A, to gather these together for us. I remember them all, and they're sounding as fun and innovative as when I first heard them some time ago.
This thread is a perfect reminder of how talented our most prolific Forum composer is - Thank you much, Larry -and I second Richard's delight to see you here in the good ol' Listening Room again.
I have to admit I was a bit saddened the other day when I found out that you weren't going to post any more music, or at least at a much slower pace. I depend on your music to brighten my day and overall outlook!
Then low and behold, I find not one...two...But THREE pieces I've never heard before. I guess you posted them before my time here.
At any rate, I'm happy again!! ....."saddened" has gone bye-bye and euphoria took its place.
These are all delightful Larry, full of the Alexander wit and charm I so admire.
Keep bringing us your old hits from the past. I'm sure I've only heard an infinitesimal , iota, smidgen, percentage of your collective works! I want MORE MORE! And I promise not to overindulge in them, like I am with the dessert I'm currently eating right at this moment while listening to your pizz.
I certainly hope that you continue to recover and to achieve one-hundred per-cent wellness soon...very soon.
Please stay in touch and keep me informed concerning your recuperation progress.
My best to you.
Of all vitamines there are, the Alexander treat has the best results. I loved the last two pieces the most.
What a fun listening to all those gentlemen dressed in tuxedos getting rid of their bows!
Arrigo Beyle / Milanese / Lived, wrote, loved -- Stendhal
Being Italian is a full-time job -- B. Severgnini