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Brad
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 02, 2009 10:37 am    Post subject: Glen Milller shows Reply with quote

Bob just sent us four, one-hour long, live Glen Milller shows. They are in the music area in the Glen Miller folder.

Thanks Bob! Very Happy


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 29, 2013 6:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Saw the modern Glenn Miller Orchestra on tour this year. They do a great job of bringing back the feel of those old swing concerts.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 27, 2015 1:31 am    Post subject: Brain Reply with quote

In the first place, the teaser before the actual stories often give away much of the big revelation at the end of the story proper. Secondly, really good dialogue is often omitted. But finally what I can't understand is why on earth would scenes that are most climactic and would lend well to dramatic exploitation would have been removed altogether.

All I have been listening I could close one ear, but most incredibly to me, I've just finished listening to the Reigate Squires. The most dramatic moment which is this part here:

"His words were cut short by a sudden scream of “Help! Help! Murder!” With a thrill I recognized the voice as that of my friend. I rushed madly from the room on to the landing. The cries, which had sunk down into a hoarse, inarticulate shouting, came from the room which we had first visited. I dashed in, and on into the dressing-room beyond. The two Cunninghams were bending over the prostrate figure of Sherlock Holmes, the younger clutching his throat with both hands, while the elder seemed to be twisting one of his wrists. In an instant the three of us had torn them away from him, and Holmes staggered to his feet, very pale and evidently greatly exhausted. "
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