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July 17, 1717: Chambermaids Gone Wild

The King was on the poop deck counting out his money; the Queen was in the fo’c’sle eating bread and honey.

A bevy of aristocrats, including King George I himself, boarded the royal barge at Whitehall Palace for a nautical jaunt up the Thames toward Chelsea.  289 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

July 17, 1717: Chambermaids Gone Wild

The King was on the poop deck counting out his money; the Queen was in the fo’c’sle eating bread and honey.

A bevy of aristocrats, including King George I himself, boarded the royal barge at Whitehall Palace for a nautical jaunt up the Thames toward Chelsea.  289 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

Flutter Patterns

Each painting informs the next, so I bring you Flutter Patterns, another collaboration with Brian Eno. Flutter Patterns is based in part on photographs I took late last summer of leaves reflected in a quarry pond, fluttering in a breeze. 415 more words

Art

Pondscape for Brian Eno

When I first listened to Brian Eno’s compact disk “Neroli,” I enjoyed the music, but wasn’t sure if it would be a disk to play repeatedly. 365 more words

Art

Can blog, can write, can act a little

In Monday’s post, I shared with you my childhood love of the theatre.

There’s a bit of me that still loves it. If I’m ever at the seaside or at a ‘Fun Day’* at our local park and there’s a Punch and Judy booth, you’ll see me gravitate towards it. 652 more words

Humour

REVIEW: Music Department End of Semester Shows

On Friday, the Music Department at the University of Ghana concluded three days of end of semester performances with a concert that featured the brass, string and choral ensembles. 943 more words

James Varrick Amarh

Rise and shine! 2:05 for the Tuesday - April 28th

Rise and shine! Nothing else to say about the start of the Handel’s Water Music No. 2. Have an excellent Tuesday!

In case you’d rather calm down, then have a go with this 2:55 beautiful last part of Handel’s Water Music No. 12 more words

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