January 10th, 2008

turtle

back in the saddle

We sang new music at choir last night, and by new I mean new. Our next concert is music by members of the Philadelphia chapter of the American Composers' Forum. We read through three pieces last night, one of them by David Ludwig, composer of our commission from last semester. We should get the last of the pieces by next week, and find out where the concert will occur; St. Andrew's, the tentative venue, is essentially abandoned but acoustically amazing. It would be neat. Also possibly very cold.
turtle

pairings poll

After looking at results of this poll, here's a follow-up.

Poll #1119111 Fun with Pairings

Which of these pairings/groupings would you prefer to read about?

Middle-aged world weary nurse and prisoner in her hospital.
1(2.4%)
Middle-aged world weary nurse and amusing rake.
0(0.0%)
Middle-aged world weary nurse and cranky French soldier.
2(4.9%)
Middle-aged world weary nurse and two soldiers: Jewish poet, and ex-teacher.
0(0.0%)
Cranky French soldier and Slightly Mad spy.
0(0.0%)
Amusing rake and Slightly Mad spy.
1(2.4%)
Crossdressing soldier and amusing rake.
0(0.0%)
Crossdressing soldier and two male soldiers: Jewish poet, and ex-teacher.
0(0.0%)
Jewish poet and ex-teacher, both British officers.
1(2.4%)
Middle-aged world weary nurse and prisoner in her hospital and amusing rake.
1(2.4%)
Amusing rake and French aristocrat.
0(0.0%)
Amusing rake and cranky French soldier.
0(0.0%)
Crossdressing soldier and cranky French soldier.
0(0.0%)
Cranky French soldier and Jewish poet and ex-teacher, both British officers.
0(0.0%)
Lt. Ticky and Ms. Ticky, gallant Red Cross volunteer.
0(0.0%)