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Let’s start the morning with something lovely and sublime about forgiveness and happiness to see us through today. This is dedicated to the National Endowment for the Arts and to every girl who learned to love music and ballet from her PBS station. 

The finale of the Marriage of Figaro. 


11 Responses

  1. Gentlemen, hug your Suzannas

  2. My favorite Mozart piece to sing, Laudate Dominum from Vesparae Solemnes de Confessore:

  3. Beautiful and inspiring.
    Thank you for pointing towards the good things in life.

  4. Off topic: I saw this list of ingredients on a salt packet today:


    OK, what’s wrong with this picture? 😉

  5. Just wanted to extend congratulations for your taste in art … Keats, Frost (hadn’t seen that one before but it became an instant favorite), now this.

    I still lurk here occasionally and have to try hard not to troll you about Trump. It’s been a triumph of the will, so to speak.

    • Aw, that’s ok Blizz. You’ll come to the dark side eventually.
      We like trolls. They’re good with ketchup.

  6. OK, not the elegant firebird but something else altogether.

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