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CTyankee Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jun-24-11 04:57 PM
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6. Oh, dear. Mine are showing and so are others...can't imagine what happened...
Nothing at all?
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  -Heres the Friday Afternoon Challenge for DU music lovers: The Musical Interpretation! CTyankee  Jun-24-11 04:06 PM   #0 
  - OK, who's gonna jump in?  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 04:34 PM   #1 
  - #3 Pictures at an Exhibition by Mussorgsky  MilesColtrane   Jun-24-11 04:48 PM   #2 
  - Hey, that was a toughie...but I guess not for a musician!  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 04:56 PM   #5 
  - #1 - Kiss Me Kate from Taming of the Shrew?  alsame   Jun-24-11 04:48 PM   #3 
  - Good! I was beginning to think I was just too old to get a response on that one!  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 04:58 PM   #8 
  - I watched it dozens of times as a kid, every time it  alsame   Jun-24-11 05:10 PM   #15 
  - No, it's from the "marry me, marry me, marry me" number.  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 05:29 PM   #26 
     - Ah, yes, I remember that one. Very true about how saucy some  alsame   Jun-24-11 05:35 PM   #32 
  - Hell No, Dearie! Just got here late!  elleng   Jun-24-11 06:23 PM   #40 
     - Hey! Glad you got here, right on time! Needed some help!  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 07:22 PM   #50 
  - Darn! I knew that one!  blogslut   Jun-24-11 06:18 PM   #38 
     - What a great story! Sorry I got the answer first, but this is  alsame   Jun-24-11 06:51 PM   #43 
     - It's a wonderful musical  blogslut   Jun-24-11 07:49 PM   #54 
        - I love the mobsters doing "Brush Up Your Shakespeare". n/t  gkhouston   Jun-24-11 08:22 PM   #58 
           - Me too!  blogslut   Jun-24-11 08:31 PM   #60 
     - Ohhh, what a great memory...and how sad that must have been for you...  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 07:09 PM   #46 
        - Not sad at all  blogslut   Jun-24-11 07:48 PM   #53 
  - Your list is not displaying...  ret5hd   Jun-24-11 04:49 PM   #4 
  - Oh, dear. Mine are showing and so are others...can't imagine what happened...  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 04:57 PM   #6 
  - Number 2 is  Ichingcarpenter   Jun-24-11 04:57 PM   #7 
  - What is the Miller's Analogy Test?  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 05:01 PM   #9 
     - Sample questions of the MAT  Ichingcarpenter   Jun-24-11 05:09 PM   #13 
        - And where do you see my question falling?  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 07:26 PM   #51 
  - Probably way off base, but  canetoad   Jun-24-11 05:06 PM   #10 
  - No. 1? No, it's from "Kiss Me Kate" which of course is a remake of "Taming of the Shrew."  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 05:07 PM   #11 
  - LOL, I love the scene where they're confiscating the kid's toys  gkhouston   Jun-24-11 05:48 PM   #35 
  - #4 is a scene from La Traviata by Verdi, based on  hedgehog   Jun-24-11 05:09 PM   #12 
  - Ah, do you know this beautiful opera?  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 05:30 PM   #27 
  - Love your Friday threads  malaise   Jun-24-11 05:10 PM   #14 
  - And I thank you so much for your compliment!  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 07:20 PM   #49 
  - #2 - Three Musketeers Novel n/t  Aerows   Jun-24-11 05:11 PM   #16 
  - I'm thinking #5 is either Barber of Seville or Figaro.....  hedgehog   Jun-24-11 05:12 PM   #17 
  - Nozze di Figaro. So the underlying work would be  gkhouston   Jun-24-11 05:17 PM   #24 
     - of course. Did the illustration help?  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 05:32 PM   #28 
        - Actually, it's that striped skirt that seems to get used in every production. LOL. n/t  gkhouston   Jun-24-11 05:34 PM   #30 
           - Gawd, ain't that right! I think it's Standard with the Costume Company that supplies these  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 05:36 PM   #33 
  - Besides the already revealed Mussorgsky (I can read this,) here's number 6:  Call Me Wesley   Jun-24-11 05:13 PM   #18 
  - I think #4 is La Traviata (Verdi), and the preceding work was  gkhouston   Jun-24-11 05:14 PM   #19 
  - Sorry CTYankee, for taking this a bit off track,  PotatoChip   Jun-24-11 05:52 PM   #36 
     - Yeah, but the Robert Reich look-alike isn't actually a singer.  gkhouston   Jun-24-11 06:00 PM   #37 
  - #6 - someone made an opera of Midsummer Night's Dream?  hedgehog   Jun-24-11 05:14 PM   #20 
  - Britten did. It's good, if you're not too much of a traditionalist. n/t  gkhouston   Jun-24-11 05:16 PM   #21 
  - Sounds like a musical ...  Call Me Wesley   Jun-24-11 05:16 PM   #23 
  - #2 - Otello!  hedgehog   Jun-24-11 05:16 PM   #22 
  - Really? Damn, I'd kill somebody if I had to wear that hat, too. n/t  gkhouston   Jun-24-11 05:18 PM   #25 
  - No worries, since it is not Otello...you are safe! (but the hat is cool). nt  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 05:34 PM   #31 
  - It is not Otello.  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 05:34 PM   #29 
     - Oh! La Damnation de Faust by Gounod.  gkhouston   Jun-24-11 05:39 PM   #34 
        - Oh, how great you are! It is wonderful...Gounod in all his glory!  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 06:36 PM   #41 
           - LOL, like many Republicans. I think Traviata's my favorite of all  gkhouston   Jun-24-11 06:45 PM   #42 
              - My mother loved that broadcast, too! What a nice thing it was for her too!  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 06:52 PM   #44 
                 - I'm glad your mom heard it, too. I myself listen to it when I can.  gkhouston   Jun-24-11 08:21 PM   #57 
  - #1, Kiss Me Kate!  elleng   Jun-24-11 06:21 PM   #39 
     - I know! I't's awful, we have this thing in our head for hours!  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 07:04 PM   #45 
        - Kiss Me Kate's maybe my favorite musical.  elleng   Jun-24-11 07:13 PM   #47 
           - Isn't it wonderful? I love Kiss me Kate. What a great show!  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 07:17 PM   #48 
           - When I was studying for my qualifyng exams, "Brush up your Shakespeare"  EFerrari   Jun-24-11 07:29 PM   #52 
              - That is SO KEWL, EF!  elleng   Jun-24-11 07:52 PM   #55 
              - Now, THAT is fun!  CTyankee   Jun-24-11 08:05 PM   #56 
              - LOL, when I was in my dark days of grad school, I learned a lot  gkhouston   Jun-24-11 08:26 PM   #59 
                 - Well, as I like to say often, art always saves you.  CTyankee   Jun-25-11 07:00 PM   #61 
 

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