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Randy Runyon - Toccata In D


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I'm pleased to present Randy's "Toccata in d" for your listening pleasure:

 

http://www.evensongmusic.net/audio/RunyonToccata.mp3

(192kbps, 5.37mb)

http://www.evensongmusic.net/audio/LQ/RunyonToccata.mp3

(32kbps, 931kb)

Enjoy!

 

-g

 

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I think Randy is such a good name.

 

I can imagine asking, "How do you find the clergy at your church, Randy?"

 

Of course, it would have to be said in the British teen-speak of to-day, which has now gone sort of quasi-Australian, with a rising tone on each last word of every sentence. This turns every statement into a question, and every answer into a rhetorical question.

 

I think it has something to do with excessive exposure to "Neighbours" on TV at an impressionable age.

 

MM

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I think Randy is such a good name.

 

I can imagine asking, "How do you find the clergy at your church, Randy?"

 

Of course, it would have to be said in the British teen-speak of to-day, which has now gone sort of quasi-Australian, with a rising tone on each last word of every sentence. This turns every statement into a question, and every answer into a rhetorical question.

 

I think it has something to do with excessive exposure to "Neighbours" on TV at an impressionable age.

 

MM

 

AGGGHHH! :huh:

 

There. You see... a perfect example of 2 countries separated by a common language :P

 

I knew I should have used his full name* instead of the nickname..

 

<chuckle>

 

 

-G

 

*RANDOLPH

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Of course, it would have to be said in the British teen-speak of to-day, which has now gone sort of quasi-Australian, with a rising tone on each last word of every sentence. This turns every statement into a question, and every answer into a rhetorical question.

 

I think it has something to do with excessive exposure to "Neighbours" on TV at an impressionable age.

 

MM

 

Mind you there is a large maritime city down this way where they talk like that too. I am a Londoner but when I taught there the kids all thought I came from somewhere much further up north.

 

AJJ

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Is that Albert Renaud playing the Dubois.... or the other way around?!

 

<chuckle>

 

It is indebted to both of those fine gentlemen, but still I find it a charming little piece.

 

:huh:

 

Cheers,

 

- G

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