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Shirley

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I'll begin with some music from Medieval Times, a Knights Templars chant Salve Regina, along with Aquarium from The Carnival of the Animals and Danse Macabre, both works of the 19th century French composer Camille Saint-Saens. Along with Carmina Burana by Carl Orff.

Salve Regina


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Danse Macabre


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Mowl did not always agree with my taste of music, but he loved this song which he found nostalgic and reminded
him of his roots.

 
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Dancing Funeral Coffin Meme - Original Full Version


 
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My highly successful cheesy pop music thread is now live on this site.





The 80s, a much better time, no Covid for starters.

What the 80s did have was cheesy music, Help me build the perfect, cheesiest 80s mix tape!


 

Sparta

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Its a very tough read, well done for getting through it.

What was your take on it?
 
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Shirley

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I found it an intriguing and enchanting book, but certainly tricky to get through at times.
 

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