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I always liked jokes.
I like them not only cause they're funny, but good jokes use to have a way of their own to say more that they should.
Not sure that the joke i like are good. Nor that You will like them.
But hey, as I can have my blog, I will post them.
You can just ignore it
Or You can ask the mods to shut the blog, too

p.s. hope You will not mind if I will post some of my thoughts and impressions beside the jokes
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Maria-Joćo Pires

Posted March 18th, 2016 at 03:26 PM by deaf tuner
Updated April 16th, 2017 at 02:40 PM by deaf tuner

Long time ago, I looked to a music score.

It's a bit of an interesting thing. It's like writing, but with all kind of sounds instead of letters, forming melodies instead of words, Mazurkas instead of Poems.

There's only seven notes, not twenty-I-don't-know-how-many letters. It's complicated. There are short, long, shorter, longer, there are silences, louder, softer notes. Staccato, portato, allegro con fuoco. All sort of indication.

It was a piano score the one I was staring at. So there were two parallel lines. The pianist use both hands. He's reading two texts in the same time. He's declamating two poems, with his two mouths, in the same time.

And I realised what a pianist friend of mine described as the worst nightmare of any musician. To find yourself on the stage, in front the audience, the Maestro giving the first beat, and the orchestra starting to play.

Another concerto than You expected. You do … what ?






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