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    Default Game (nominations): twofer symphonies

    Just a wild idea, maybe it will work as a game, maybe not.

    This is a game about combinations of symphonies by the same composer ("twofers").

    An entry might be "Sibelius 5+7" if you think that's a combination that should be in the game.

    You can nominate or support upto 3 twofers per your calendar day, but they must be by different composers. Unnumbered or weirdly numbered symphonies can be included in the twofers.

    Nominations that received the support of two other players will make the list of twofers for the game.

    There's a twist though: per composer, only one particular twofer can qualify for the game. In other words, once e.g. Sibelius 5+7 gets a third vote, all other Sibelius twofers are gone. The game will start (in one round) once we have 20 qualified twofers (by 20 composers).

    If anything is not clear, just ask.

    My twofers for today (please use this layout):

    Mahler (4,DLVDE)
    Bruckner (8,9)
    Bax (3,6)
    Allüberall und ewig blauen licht die Fernen! Ewig ... ewig ...

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    Mahler (4,DLVDE) 2
    Bruckner (8,9) 2
    Shostakovich (5,10) 1
    Last edited by Bulldog; Jul-15-2019 at 19:31.

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    My twofers for today:

    Brahms (3,4)
    Dvorak (8,9)
    Mendelssohn (3 "Scottish" and 4 "Italian")

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    Shostakovich (5,10) 2
    Beethoven (3, 9)
    Vaughan Williams (5,6)

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    Shostakovich (5,10) 3
    Atterberg (3, 5)
    Szymanowski (3, 4)

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    Harris (3,11)
    Harrison, L (3,4)
    Vaughan Williams (2,5)
    Last edited by Hiawatha; Jul-16-2019 at 02:06.

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    Beethoven (5,6)
    "A government big enough to give you everything you want, is a government big enough to take away everything that you have." Thomas Jefferson

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    Brahms (1,4) 1
    Dvořák (8,9) 2
    Sibelius (3,7) 1

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    Gliere (2,3) 1
    Scriabin (1,3) 1
    Atterberg (3,5) 2

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    Atterberg (3,5) 3
    Bax (1, 6) 1
    Dvorak (7, 8) 1

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    In the game:

    Atterberg (3,5)
    Dvořák (8,9)
    Shostakovich (5,10)

    Nominations:

    Bax (1,6) 1
    Bax (3,6) 1
    Beethoven (3,9) 1
    Beethoven (5,6) 1
    Brahms (1,4) 1
    Brahms (3,4) 2
    Bruckner (8,9) 2
    Gliere (2,3) 1
    Harris (3,11) 1
    Harrison, L (3,4) 1
    Mahler (4,DLVDE) 2
    Mendelssohn (3,4) 1
    Scriabin (1,3) 1
    Sibelius (3,7) 1
    Szymanowski (3, 4) 1
    Vaughan Williams (2,5) 2
    Vaughan Williams (5,6) 1

    As always in these type of games, you cannot vote for the same combination you voted before. You can vote for a different combination of the same composer though.
    Last edited by Art Rock; Jul-16-2019 at 06:48.
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    Dvořák (8,9) 3

    Brahms (3,4) 2
    Vaughan Williams (2,5) 2

    I'm editing the list with my votes for the day.
    Allüberall und ewig blauen licht die Fernen! Ewig ... ewig ...

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    Schnittke (1,3)
    Tippett (2,4)
    Stravinsky (in C, in 3 movements)

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    Brahms (3,4) 3

    Beethoven (5,6) 2
    Haydn (82,83) 1

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    In the game:

    Atterberg (3,5)
    Brahms (3,4)
    Dvořák (8,9)
    Shostakovich (5,10)

    Nominations:

    Bax (1,6) 1
    Bax (3,6) 1
    Beethoven (3,9) 1
    Beethoven (5,6) 2
    Bruckner (8,9) 2
    Gliere (2,3) 1
    Harris (3,11) 1
    Harrison, L (3,4) 1
    Haydn (82,83) 1
    Mahler (4,DLVDE) 2
    Mendelssohn (3,4) 1
    Schnittke (1,3) 1
    Scriabin (1,3) 1
    Sibelius (3,7) 1
    Stravinsky (in C, in 3 movements) 1
    Szymanowski (3, 4) 1
    Tippett (2,4) 1
    Vaughan Williams (2,5) 2
    Vaughan Williams (5,6) 1

    As always in these type of games, you cannot vote for the same combination you voted before. You can vote for a different combination of the same composer though.
    Allüberall und ewig blauen licht die Fernen! Ewig ... ewig ...

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