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•   Tom Collier  4/28
•   Peter Preheim  2/15
•   Ed Long  1/14
•   Marci Phillips  12/16
•   Richard Martinez  12/12
•   Chick Ragland  11/23
•   Marvin Bachman  11/7
•   James Hirsch  9/19
•   Roger Morton  9/9
•   Robert Leithoff  8/27
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WHERE ARE THEY NOW


WHERE WE LIVE


Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in Alabama
1 lives in Alaska
5 live in Arizona
4 live in California
9 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
1 lives in District Of Columbia
4 live in Florida
2 live in Illinois
2 live in Iowa
139 live in Kansas
1 lives in Kentucky
1 lives in Louisiana
1 lives in Mississippi
6 live in Missouri
1 lives in Nebraska
3 live in Nevada
2 live in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
2 live in North Carolina
2 live in Ohio
7 live in Oklahoma
2 live in Oregon
1 lives in South Carolina
14 live in Texas
1 lives in Virginia
3 live in Wisconsin
2 live in Wyoming
1 lives in Australia
1 lives in Spain
22 location unknown

UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Connie Hardin (Hosafros)  6/2
•   Maureen Koehn (Fast)  6/3
•   Kate Edwards  6/5
•   John Frey  6/14
•   Connie Hale (Rhodes)  6/16
•   Vickie Yotter (Moore)  6/18
•   Thomas R. Unrein  6/22
•   Joe Corona  6/23
•   Glenda Magee (Miller)  6/24
•   Mary Rich (Jabara)  6/25

MISSING CLASSMATES


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JUST A REMINDER: IF YOU ARE GOING TO BE IN NEWTON, THEN PLEASE LET US KNOW - WE CAN RESCHEDULE THE BREAKFAST TO FIT YOUR SCHEDULE OR ASSEMBLE A QUICK GET TOGETHER WITH CLASSMATES IN TOWN! 

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Shaking up the mix (again) -

You are probably going to wonder 

"Just what is wrong with guy?"

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I am NOT a classical music aficionado - I have always enjoyed the dynamics in sound and yes, even the "speed" of many classical pieces - BUT I certainly can't tell you or anyone what music to listen to,  so below are some examples of "classical" music that I have enjoyed since I was in high school - in fact the first classical album I bought was the performance below of DVORAK - From The New World Symphony (99¢ wire basket special at WOOLSWORTH).
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DVORAK ~ The Slavonic Dances were originally written for “4 hand” piano.Here is Op.72 No. 2 as it was originally intended . . .

 
Now an orchestral adaptation of the same piece . . .
 
 
DVORAK ~ From The New World Symphony - George Szell and the Cleveland Orchestra
 
 
DE FALLA ~ "Final Dance" from The Three Cornered Hat
This is the last of five dances in the piece - I also like The Miller's Dance.
 
 
Malaguena by Cuban composer LECUONA
Probably one of the most recognizable Latin themes in music.
 
 
SAINT SAENS ~ “Danse Bacchanale” is one of my favorites - full of fire, speed and wild dynamics.
So, first position boys and girls and buckle up . . . because it’s a race to the end!
(Watch all the way through . . . the conductor’s final flourish is a “hoot”!)
 
 
OFFENBACH ~ Can Can
Just take a look at this dude - he's the kind of guy I want to party with - in fact, when I look at him I want to shout out, "WOW - It's Del Paulson!" PS: Be sure to watch the next vid, too!
 

 

THE PERIODIC TABLE SONG ~ - just because I can . . . can.
A cool way to learn the Periodic Table (to the tune of the "Can Can") -
and for all you smarty britches who want to try it yourself, the words are posted in RAILER RUMBLINGS - just open another window, play The Can Can above and let it wail!
 

 

RAINER HERSCH ~ The Microsoft Windows Waltz
Who says the British don't have a sense of humor?!

 

 

RAINER HERSCH ~ Bohemian Rhapsody & Misheard Lyrics & Music
 
 

Be Well !

 

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