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Thursday, 25 February 2010

Kissin & Argerich


Is that a statue of Roy Hattersley I see in the background?

8 comments:

  1. Nice to see you got round to Argerich - in my opinion one of the best pianists ever!

    No offence with my post I hasten to add!

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  2. Good evening Angel,

    See: http://witteringsfromwitney.blogspot.com/2010/02/difference-of-opinion.html

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  3. I'm glad you liked it Mr W - scroll back through the day to find more of her.

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  4. btw - not to be picky or anything but the whole point of the post was that it's my birthday today :-)

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  5. Forgive me GV, I am but an insensitive man! Of course it is, as I acknowledged earlier. How could I be so crass as to forget that - ok I am a man!

    A slight misunderstanding - I was not posting about Happy Birthday, I was just trying to highlight the difference between Rach and Chop.

    Apologies for any offence which not intended - forgiven? On bended knee, please? Pretty please?

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  6. Rach & Chop - like night and day Mr W. No offence taken but a bunch of flowers and lots of Fruit & Nut helicoptered over Highgate for onward transmission wouldn't go amiss :-)

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  7. A bunch of flowers? You can have the whole bloody flower bed! And a few bars of F&N!

    Oh, and Chopin is pure and unadulterated 'romance' and you can also have that 24/7.

    Where do I send it all to?

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  8. :-) The thought will suffice, Mr W - not too many calories in that.

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