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. 


















 In American football, 'rushing' means running the ball after starting behind the line of scrimmage, not including forward passes. The play continues until the player carrying the ball, usually a backfielder, is tackled.

























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Friday, 10 June 2022

Nonsense about NUMBERS and COUNTING










pas-de-deux,
National Ballet of Canada
Harbourfront Centre, Toronto,
August 2022





bossa nova trio,
Yorkville Village parkette, Toronto,
August, 2022





string quartet,
Dundas Square, Toronto,
June 2022









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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