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Loc: Ireland (ex England)
Happy New Year to all my friends here!
Great to see you back, Recaredo, but what mixed news. Congratulations on your degree, of course, but it's always sad to hear of a family breaking up.
I have spent many a late hour recently enjoying some astronomical views with a new eyepiece in my telescope. One of the wonderful sights in the wee hours is Jupiter passing by Regulus in Leo and viewed best around three in the morning but glorious in a clear sky and frosty night.
I hope this bringer of jollity fulfils its purpose for everyone here.
Hello everyone! I hope you are all doing well. I'm sorry I haven't been around very much. It's been working a holiday season!
Richard, thanks for the post. Check you PM regarding Rachmaninoff.
Right now I'm preparing for a short performance for some friends at a small gathering today. I'll let you know how that goes. I'm hoping to share some music. However, I've been having problems learning some new procedures with my computer. I'll give it another try.
I've been listening to this a lot lately. I have come to really appreciate listening to all three movements together.
Yikes! I lost track of time again! I must be off! Later!
Nice to see you all here and Thank you all for the New Year wishes. Congratulations on the diploma achievement, Recaredo. Sorry about the sad news. Nice to know you have excellent support though, and staying with Piano.
I liked the theme, Richard. Similarly this one reflective of my mood today. Funny, the week started off so great, but then progressively deteriorated from there.