Tuesday, November 29, 2022
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July 19, 2022 --

How about the (horrors!) flag-waving U.K. spirit in this video?

Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March at the 2014 BBC Proms, before 6,000 people in London's Royal Albert Hall, with satellite crowds in London's Hyde Park and Belfast, Northern Ireland.

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A Sound of Music Medley, BBC Porms 2015

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This link might well lead into a concert version of My Fair Lady, performed in 1987 at the Royal Albert in London.

The Pomp and Circumstance link above is continued from the July 5 LPR in hopes that it will stiffen the spines of House Republicans and give them the courage to stand against the tyrannical methods of the Un-American Jan. 6 Pelosi-Selected Committee to end our legacy of liberty bequeathed to this generation by the Founders of our Magnificent Country.

From "Hello, Dolly"

Jerry Herman's "Put on Your Sunday Clothes" performed at a BBC Proms concert, Maestro John Wilson

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This Mahler close guaranteed to set the nation on its appropriate, MAGA, path

The conductor is Maestro Giuseppe Sinopoli (note the striking resemblance to Francis Ford Coppola) who suffered a fatal heart attack while conducting "Aida," in 2001, a century after the passing of Giusppe Verdi.

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Here is the inimitable Boston Pops, under the baton of Maestro Arthur Fielder with a Sound of Music medley.

May the closing "Climb Every Mountain" give strength to House Republicans to defend our Constitution from attack by the un-American Pelosians.

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One more Boston Pops link

Here are Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops and a medley from Lerner and Loewe's On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, including one of Loewe's loveliest melodies, "Hey Buds Below."

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Russia's Musical Artists...

LPR protests the misguided boycott of Russia's musical artists, including the great diva Anna Nerebko, with this video of Mahler's Resurrection Symphony (No. 2) under the (small) baton of Maestro Valery Gergiev.

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Note: LPR also congratulates the Russian-born Elena Rybakina on winning the women's singles title at Wimbledon

A Sondheim Song

BBC Proms 2010, With A Special Appearance

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