Friday, May 20, 2016

A Musical Interlude

I've got more historic beauty to share, but I thought we might all need a little break. So here are Dudo and Moose being musical.

MOOSE WORKING FEVERISHLY ON THE CODA.
ONE FINAL REVIEW... FROM THE TOP.
DUDO WAS SUPPOSED TO ADD A SIXTY-FOURTH REST (A HEMI-DEMI-SEMI-QUAVER),
BUT, AS USUAL, IT TURNED INTO A FULL FOUR-MEASURE REST.


You and your pussycat... whoa, whoa...

20 comments:

  1. Looks like Moose was working hard on his Opus!

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  2. Love this 'musical interlude'!!
    'You're a riot. Alice!'

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    1. Jim:
      The Kid Brother would love you. "One of these days!"

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  3. I love hemi-demi-semi-quavers! Well, mostly I love saying anything with "hemi-demi-semi" in front of it.

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  4. teach your cats to sing Rossini - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Vt-LyL_wqI

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    1. Spo:
      Moose could probably do it. He never shuts up.

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  5. What a cultured family you have! Perhaps you could do the Cat Duo with them.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2C1X23O-b70&list=RD2C1X23O-b70#t=0
    Ah, I think someone already suggested this!

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    1. Thickethouse:
      I actually posted a version of that a while back. Moose would willingly perform this, I think. He never shuts up. And when Dudo and Moose await their treats, they demonstrate some really beautiful harmonies.

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  6. Love those furry fellas!
    Which one of you actually does play, Mitchell?

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    1. Judy:
      Jerry plays, and beautifully (although he'll deny that).

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  7. That Moose is always a surprise! Dudo looks like he is up to eyeballs in milk. Are they happy to have you back from Toledo?

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    1. Wilma:
      Isn't Dudo's eye makeup stunning. They're happy to have us back. Moose shadowed us both (which made him a bit nuts) for a few days. It sure is nice to feel the love (and I'm sure they agree).

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  8. Now I understand how a kitten on the keys get their score - from studying like a cat on the mat !

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    1. Heron:
      You're so clever -- and you've got my brain rattling with more word play.

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  9. You've got the honour of being the very first blog I'm looking at on my new computer - and it could hardly have been a more appropriate one - as well as being my first experience with sound for many months. So thank D & M for me, will you please? (You can dispense with thanking Mr Jones). 'Speak' to you later. I'm 'doing the rounds' now with my new toy.

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    1. Ray:
      You've got the new computer and I don't seem to know how to work mine! I replied to this earlier today and I don't know what happened to it! What I said was: I had planned all along to be the first blog you'd read. Dudo has a sense for these things and he told me when. Hope you're enjoying and getting used to your new toy. I bought a new laptop in March and I had that same problem with a gentle (unaware) touch being all that's required to take me places I didn't plan to go.

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    1. Knatolee:
      I wish they could have gotten to know you better. It would be a love fest. Next time!

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