Sunday, April 11, 2010




"music hall" on youtube
Mack Sennett "A Muddy Romance"
Slapstick Encyclopedia DVD
American Slapstick DVD
Charlie Chaplin "Champion" with Edna Purveyance
Quartet for oboe, violin, viola and cello in ? major K 370 Adagio, by Mozart
Exsultate Jubilate K165

6 comments:

willow said...

Every Sunday needs a little Mozart.

marc aurel said...

:)
This was in a play we were workshopping about Mozart's sister.

French Fancy said...

Mozart's sister? I suppose like Wordsworth's and Shakespeare's, entirely neglected by the pundits (although of course we now know that Dorothy W was a real unsung heroine)

marc aurel said...

Yes. As children, they were equally famous and she very probably actually wrote some of the very early pieces, which their father attributed to him. Like many great teachers, Leopold was quite a tyrant.

French Fancy said...

p.s. well done on the weight loss. Isn't it hard though - food is one of life's great pleasures. If I could have one wish it would not be for great beauty or great wealth - it would be to have the body of a slim person and be one of those lucky people who can eat whatever they want and never put on an ounce.

AphotoAday said...

good one...