Re: Musical languistics - Mass Reply
|From:||Costentin Cornomorus <elemtilas@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, June 10, 2003, 22:18|
Yscrews ill "J Y S Czhang":
> >Well, you disrupted the Cat in his attempt to
> >relax with some nice music. That is a Nono!
> >Bad! Bad human! As I'm sure you're aware, the
> >Cat will express his Displeasure!
> No friggin' joke... ::rubs shin area with
[Says the Cat: "Serves him jolly right."]
> > He seems to like the quiet of the clavichord,
> >but at
> >a little over a stone, he's just to heavy for
> >action!!, so I have to shift him to a more
> >instrument friendly location.
> Put him on a diet, LOL.
No fooling! He went in to the Vet today and
weighed in at a bloody stone and a third. Too
many doughnuts and similar. Mind you, he is
trained to sit patiently for a bit of doughnut!
Anyway, he's a big bloody Cat. I don't think
he'll ever weigh less 12 or 13 pound.
> >Hm. Depends on the pipes! Some are smooth and
> >sweet sounding. I suspect the piper in
> >blasts away at the acoustic universe with one
> >of those HGPs?
> Oh yes. He is _tryin'_ to play bad-ass
> punkjazz on them
> scary things from some Scottish version of
Ah, that would be England, yesno? ;) [The English
greatpipe is a wonder, and no mistake! Not as
> He's been evicted from 2 places in the past 4
Gee, I wonder why? Did he offer to play for his
> He now shares a house with a Satanist
> whose cat - despite the household's *evilness*
> runs like a bat outta Hell upon perceivin'
> the paint-peelin', window-rattlin' sounds of
> HGP, the musical world's equivalent to the
> military world's RPG (Rocket Propelled
:) I am awaiting a set of Cornish pipes. A
fuller, sweeter less piercing sound, plus the
ability to vary the drone. And it has a bellows,
so I don't have to puff away on the thing!
Et ters davigaint deck y yaithes 'n el drichlend le Roy Markon;
y cestes d' ils yspoil morès y ddew chaumèz e-z-el tons l' organón.