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  1. The Nightmare: Chapters 3, 4

    Alexandrov had a wife named Natasha. They lived in a beautiful apartment in the richer district of the city. Yet they didn't always have the best of marriages. It was Alexandrov's habit to dive into his work and never get out until weeks later, when his cases were finished, to the neglect of his wife. Now was the beginning of one of those periods.
    Natasha was never sure how to express herself when this would happen. She would tell herself that it was all for his sake, since he provided
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    Updated May-28-2011 at 02:57 by Huilunsoittaja (Additional Chapter)

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  2. Sorry, no Sorabji today.

    I said I would post about Sorabji soon, but I don't have anything yet to post about Sorabji. He still gives me headaches on occasion, so I figure I'll wait a while and pursue some other random TC blogging adventures. Like summer.

    So I figure this summer is going to be vastly different from my previous ones in several ways. There are no music camps, for one thing, which were the dominating factor in my summers until now. I just got tired of them. They're great things, and I love them
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  3. The Nightmare: Chapters 1, 2

    It was a double homicide.

    In no time, everyone in the city heard about it. The story was all in the papers, and crowds rushed to the apartment to see if they could get any news. This is what could be the police were able to figure out so far:
    Early that morning, neighbors called saying they heard a scream a little after sunrise in a nearby apartment, followed by a few softer yells. The police came to that apartment, and knocked on the door, but no one answered. They broke
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    Updated May-07-2011 at 01:29 by Huilunsoittaja

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  4. The Greatest Composers of the Romantic Era of Music (Part 1)



    Romantic music or music in the Romantic Period is a musicological and artistic term referring to a particular period, theory, compositional practice, and canon in Western music history, from about 1800 to 1910.

    Romantic music as a movement evolved from the formats, genres and musical ideas established in earlier periods, such as the classical period, and went further in the name of expression and syncretism of different
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  5. another good music day

    Unfortunately I had a lot of work to do today, so wasn't able to do any focused listening, but I did have some good stuff in the background.



    Of course I didn't listen to the whole thing; today it was the Orgelbuchlein. That means I'm about half way through the box. I think the Orgelbuchlein may be a little more approachable that some of the other stuff I've heard so far.

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