Re: Is this story about Segovia b.s.?
- From: jimmy <bigtoehere@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 25 May 2012 12:03:25 -0300
On Thu, 24 May 2012 13:24:55 -0400, RS <RS@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Thu, 24 May 2012 07:01:25 -0700 (PDT), Flasherly
What must preposterously bombastic liberties by lengths traverse to
myopic ends, I can assure you. Andre knew well the reputation of
guitar of unsavory standing among enlightened critics of his age;-
aside apropos to playing bordellos in acts lewdly congenital to an
accompaniment of its denizens, a physical impossibility and veritable
dearth of available transcriptions would be, as such, one accorded a
transposition afforded the mechanized reserve of pianists;- altogether
and entirely a passive ambiance by consequent standards played bric-a-
brac to a tenacious hegemony of modernity, for metallographic disdain
to suffuse by way of fashionable trends, conversely when absorbed
through the very means of distribution solely accorded an adage once
I never see anyone comment on the 'Flasherly' stuff. Is it the output
of some website that generates random phrases derived from a couple
input words? Sometimes 'flasherly' actually flirts with coherency, so
maybe it's a mix?
I've always simply assumed he/she agrees with me!
Yeah, the story about Segovia is BS.
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