• Music Was: Millikan's

    From Daryl Stout@454:1/33 to NANCY BACKUS on Sun Feb 23 10:30:00 2020
    Nancy,

    It really is reminiscent of the Karl Haas programs... :)

    The theme he used was the Adagio from the Pathetique Sonata, by Ludwig
    Von Beethoven. I used to be able to play that.

    In the movie "Snoopy, Come Home", there was a scene where Lucy was
    flirting with Schroeder, and she asked him if piano players made a lot
    of money. Schroeder replied "Some do...if they practice real hard". She
    replied "Keep practicing, kiddo", and gives him a kiss on the nose!!

    She then picks up the bust (head statue) of Beethoven on the piano,
    and asks "Incidentally, who's this?? George Washington??". Schroeder
    is gritting his teeth, banging his fist on the keyboard. <G>

    The scene changes, and he goes into that piece noted.

    Daryl

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  • From Nancy Backus@454:1/452 to Daryl Stout on Wed Apr 22 18:45:56 2020
    Quoting Daryl Stout to NANCY BACKUS on 23-Feb-2020 10:30 <=-

    It really is reminiscent of the Karl Haas programs... :)

    The theme he used was the Adagio from the Pathetique Sonata, by
    Ludwig Von Beethoven. I used to be able to play that.

    Yes, I remember that... and I played that, too...

    In the movie "Snoopy, Come Home", there was a scene where Lucy was flirting with Schroeder, and she asked him if piano players made a lot
    of money. Schroeder replied "Some do...if they practice real hard".
    She replied "Keep practicing, kiddo", and gives him a kiss on the
    nose!!
    She then picks up the bust (head statue) of Beethoven on the piano,
    and asks "Incidentally, who's this?? George Washington??". Schroeder
    is gritting his teeth, banging his fist on the keyboard. <G>
    The scene changes, and he goes into that piece noted.

    Schroeder did idolize Beethoven.... ;)

    ttyl neb

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  • From Daryl Stout@454:1/33 to NANCY BACKUS on Thu Apr 23 11:29:00 2020
    Nancy,

    The theme he used was the Adagio from the Pathetique Sonata, by
    Ludwig Von Beethoven. I used to be able to play that.

    Yes, I remember that... and I played that, too...

    The one I'd love to be able to play is Clair De Lune.

    She then picks up the bust (head statue) of Beethoven on the piano,
    and asks "Incidentally, who's this?? George Washington??". Schroeder
    is gritting his teeth, banging his fist on the keyboard. <G>
    The scene changes, and he goes into that piece noted.

    Schroeder did idolize Beethoven.... ;)

    He forgot Beethoven's birthday one year, and when Lucy reminded him,
    he was just crushed!!

    Daryl

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  • From Nancy Backus@454:1/452 to Daryl Stout on Thu Apr 30 20:02:32 2020
    Quoting Daryl Stout to NANCY BACKUS on 23-Apr-2020 11:29 <=-

    The theme he used was the Adagio from the Pathetique Sonata, by
    Ludwig Von Beethoven. I used to be able to play that.
    Yes, I remember that... and I played that, too...

    The one I'd love to be able to play is Clair De Lune.

    My Mom used to play that... I've kinda played it... ;)

    She then picks up the bust (head statue) of Beethoven on the piano,
    and asks "Incidentally, who's this?? George Washington??". Schroeder
    is gritting his teeth, banging his fist on the keyboard. <G>
    The scene changes, and he goes into that piece noted.
    Schroeder did idolize Beethoven.... ;)

    He forgot Beethoven's birthday one year, and when Lucy reminded him,
    he was just crushed!!

    I bet that was the last time he forgot, too.... ;)

    ttyl neb

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  • From Daryl Stout@454:1/33 to Nancy Backus on Sun May 31 19:28:00 2020
    Nancy,

    The one I'd love to be able to play is Clair De Lune.

    My Mom used to play that... I've kinda played it... ;)

    I've been alternating between the classical music station, and the
    classic country-western legends.

    Schroeder did idolize Beethoven.... ;)

    That he did.

    He forgot Beethoven's birthday one year, and when Lucy reminded him,
    he was just crushed!!

    I bet that was the last time he forgot, too.... ;)

    I'll bet it was, too. But, there'll never be another comic strip like
    Peanuts was.


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  • From Nancy Backus@454:1/452 to Daryl Stout on Thu Jun 11 19:46:52 2020
    Quoting Daryl Stout to Nancy Backus on 31-May-2020 19:28 <=-

    The one I'd love to be able to play is Clair De Lune.
    My Mom used to play that... I've kinda played it... ;)

    I've been alternating between the classical music station, and the
    classic country-western legends.

    I tend to just listen to the classical, but that's my taste... ;) My
    youngest sister likes the C-W songs along with classical too, though... :)

    He forgot Beethoven's birthday one year, and when Lucy reminded him,
    he was just crushed!!
    I bet that was the last time he forgot, too.... ;)

    I'll bet it was, too. But, there'll never be another comic strip
    like Peanuts was.

    True... Fortunately it's been collected and printed, so we can keep
    going back to it... :)

    ttyl neb

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