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*sings* Carnation City...Alliance, Ohio...my heart is with you...… 
11th-Dec-2004 01:01 pm
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*sings* Carnation City...Alliance, Ohio...my heart is with you...

Gag me! Is there some reason we weren't presented with this song until the dress rehersal? I have never even seen cello notes with that many legers lines. The least they could have done was write it in treble clef, so I could transpose and not have to count 20 leger lines. Or it would have been really nice to not give those notes to the cellos at all. And what kind of sick bastard writes their town anthem in five flats?

*sigh* I want a Union Grounds Mocha...coffee shops should be open on Saturdays!
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11th-Dec-2004 06:27 pm (UTC)
Lol, thanks for posting that it was snowing. My blinds are never open, so I wouldn't have seen it snowing...unless I went outside. Yay snow! :o)
11th-Dec-2004 08:17 pm (UTC)
Pshaw. Five flats is way better than five sharps (says the flute player).
11th-Dec-2004 09:32 pm (UTC)
It's much easier to play sharps than flats on a cello though...
11th-Dec-2004 08:38 pm (UTC)
The kind of sick bastard who likes the key of D flat major?
11th-Dec-2004 09:32 pm (UTC)
Apparently...it's still icky though.
12th-Dec-2004 12:56 am (UTC)
It's okay, the NATIONAL anthem has four flats.
13th-Dec-2004 04:34 am (UTC)
I still love the rhyme "scarlet carnation" with "football sensation". Priceless. That song had tones of The First Noel mixed with the toppens song from Mary Poppins, I swear. It did.
13th-Dec-2004 04:40 am (UTC)
I bet it did. I knew I had heard the melody somewhere before...
13th-Dec-2004 04:41 am (UTC)
I kid you not. Damn rip off.
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