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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk Henries View Post
    Glad you liked them Mike! I watch and listen to the first one regularly in the morning ~ get's me moving like a cup of coffee
    You mean it gives you the sh!ts????
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    Thanks Teddy! Nope, no lobsters got me nor did I get them
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    Quote Originally Posted by JHC View Post
    You mean it gives you the sh!ts????
    Only if a sour note is played
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    My favourite opera that contains some of the most beautiful music that I have come across Gluck - Orfeo et Euridice -

    this clip “Dance of the Blessed Spirits” this is a must for any up and coming Flute player





    and if you are still interested, the overture: Gardenir and the English Baroque orch.


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    Operas would be so much nicer without the singing!!! Maybe someday I'll learn to appreciate the voice part of them.....maybe.
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    Colin I had not heard this piece by Gluck or any other for the matter. I enjoyed it very much! When I have seen it on YT it always appears as Oreo and Edifice in my eyes
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    Hawk it is a fantastic piece for Flute (blessed spirits) I never tired of playing it, the style in which it ( the opera) is written you would, I am sure, enjoy the complete thing, no wobbly tonsils (which Mike hates) just pure singing and a magical story line. and very very sad
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