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    When you hear music such as this, the veil is parted between Earth and Paradise, and you realize how small you are, and how much you are loved!
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    "I'll hit you so hard your ancestors will die."
    .....Harlan Ellison

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    November 11, 2018






    In somber tribute to the centenary of the end of
    World War 1
    which happened this very day
    being
    the eleventh day
    of the eleventh month
    at the eleventh hour
    November 11, 1918 ---- November 11, 2018



    Being Irish,
    this is my favorite World War 1 musical work,
    remembering County Tipperary in Ireland,
    not far from whence my ancestors in Ireland originate:


    "It's a Long Way to Tipperary "
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BP0LWMMpXvk


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    The thought of dead soldiers makes me very sad. World War I was brutal and ugly, as is each war in its own way. The Tipperary song is certainly cheerful, and so were those poor Irish boys before they fell in the Great War.
    "I'll hit you so hard your ancestors will die."
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    the thought of dead soldiers makes me very HARD!
    my cock exists for male feet/soles!!!

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    Theme from the epic

    "Band of Brothers"



    ".... This story shall the good man teach his son;

    And Crispin Crispian shall ne’er go by,
    From this day to the ending of the world,
    But we in it shall be remembered-

    We few, we happy few, we band of brothers;
    For he to-day that sheds his blood with me
    Shall be my brother
    ;

    be he ne’er so vile,
    This day shall gentle his condition;

    And gentlemen in England now-a-bed
    Shall think themselves accurs’d they were not here,
    And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks
    That fought with us upon Saint Crispin’s day ....."


    Henry V

    Act IV
    Scene Three
    by
    William Shakespeare










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    lol ~ WELCOME 2019 ~








    Music to welcome
    in the

    ~~ New Year ~~


    "The Prince of Denmark March"

    commonly called
    "Trumpet Voluntary"
    composed by the classical English Baroque musician
    Jeremiah Clarke
    circa
    1699
    Anno Domini

    This masterwork was also the signature tune the
    British Broadcasting Corporation
    transmitted into Denmark
    during World War II

    In addition to being traditionally performed to greet

    the New Year
    it has also been used by
    British Royalty
    for
    Coronations

    and also
    for
    Royal Weddings


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    Cool! At first, I thought this was the old theme music for Masterpiece Theater in the Alistair Cooke days. But, alas, no. That was something else by someone else, a Frenchie named Mouret who lived in the same era.
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    thumbs up



    Main theme song from the EPIC 1985 television min-series on the
    bloody American Civil War
    titled...




    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZL8oMlRBOtU


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    Quote Originally Posted by ArrowMan View Post

    Happy
    242nd Birthday

    America!
    YES,
    it has now been
    242 years
    that the United States of America

    declared INDEPENDENCE
    from a tyrannical British King
    and became a nation
    on

    July 4, 1776

    GOD BLESS
    America

    Sung by the
    one and only
    Kate Smith
    on the eve
    of
    World War Two
    in 1938


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1rKQReqJZg
    this rendition will KNOCK your SOCKS right off !
    Composed by the legendary IRVING BERLIN in 1918


    ~~ Happy
    July 4th ~~



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-7XWhyvIpE



    This woman and this song epitomize the spirit that brought America through the dark days of The War. So what if she sang some songs in her youth that are inappropriate today. Do we dump her? I found an inappropriate reference in one of my mother’s youthful letters. Do I renounce her? And another in a letter my grandfather wrote many years ago. Do I chop him from my family tree? Life Magazine ran a story in 1941 about a “Pickaninny Beauty Contest” in Memphis. Do we destroy every copy of Life magazine in our library archives? Do we burn Mark Twain’s works because of Huckleberry Finn?

    Nope. Kate Smith was not a racist. She was a symbol of all that is good about my country. Her song makes me proud to be an American, even today when racism and intolerance reside in our White House.

    God Bless Kate Smith!
    God Bless America!
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    "MOLDAU"





    Czech composer

    Bedřich Smetana



    "MOLDAU"
    (circa 1874)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3G4NKzmfC-Q


    One of the most exquisite, soaring and world beloved
    renown masterworks ever composed
    in the genre
    of
    symphonic poems

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    The Moldau has been a favorite since I was a teen. It isn't performed nearly enough but fortunately, I got to hear it played by the San Francisco Symphony two years ago.
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    thumbs up "BATTLE HYMN of the REPUBLIC"






    Totally stirring rendition
    of the
    "BATTLE HYMN of the REPUBLIC"
    performed by the United States Army Field Band.



    Lyrics written in November 1861 by Julia Ward Howe
    to the tune of slave-hater, American abolitionist
    "John Brown's Body Lies a Moldering in the GRAVE."

    IT was beloved by tens of thousands of Yankee Union soldiers
    as they charged into manly BATTLE
    and many to their untimely DEATHS
    against the rebellious, Southern Confederate Rebs.

    A total on both sides
    of
    between 618,000 to 750,000 manly MEN
    died from being purposely combat killed.


    MORE manly MEN died in the American Civil War
    than any other American war before or since.


    President Abraham Lincoln also loved this song ...
    ... as has every American President since.

    Next to the USA's National Anthem
    "STAR SPANGLED BANNER"

    and
    "THE STARS and STRIPES FOREVER"
    ... it remains one of the TOP,
    most beloved tunes and songs to all patriotic, loyal Americans.
    And to FREE PEOPLE everywhere
    as well as
    those yearning to be FREE
    throughout this entire huge
    so often dictator-ridden, oppressive WORLD:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jy6AOGRsR80



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    sunglasses Happy July 4th !

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    Happy Birthday USA!
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    Main stirring title theme
    from the epic 1985 American TV four-part series
    on the American Civil War titled


    "NORTH and SOUTH"


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0rHHxfLYOI


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