Wednesday, 15 June 2022

PATIENTS and their MALADIES, part #3


This post is a continuation of 'PATIENTS and their MALADIES, part #1', and 'PATIENTS and their MALADIES, part #2', as posted on this blog February 2020, and February 10, 2022 respectively. 


































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Friday, 10 June 2022

Nonsense about NUMBERS and COUNTING























The term 'sextet' also refers to a piece of music composed for 6 players. e.g. Francis Poulenc, was the most prolific member of the group of 20th-century French composers known as Les Six. His piece, Sextuor (Sextet) for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, French horn and piano was composed in 1932. 

















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Sunday, 5 June 2022

Pathos and Poetry: GUN CONTROL VERSES (revisited)
























   If you have enjoyed these verses on the theme of American political satire, you might like to proceed to view other items in our collection including:
- 'American satire: A Term of Endirement'
- 'a brief saga: Mar-a Lago'
- 'political palindromes A through P' (click HERE to start)

   There are also some parody-song lyrics posted in 2019 and 2020, that you might like, including: 
- 'The Ballad of Giuliani', part I and part II.


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