Sunday, November 22, 2009

Sundays at Sherwood


Click to listen to:
Brahms Hungarian Dance No. 4, Aubrey and Chris
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Picture taken by April Faith-Slaker
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For those who may think this post is copyright infringement:
Brahms has been dead for over a century, April approved my use of her photo, the performance is ME and a friend, who also approves this post, and the original performance was free and open to the public. Considering all of that, please enjoy one of my favorite performances.
- Aubrey

2 comments:

Aubrey said...

Sorry - someone has complained about my file and had it removed from Boxnet. I'll put it back up when the confusion is cleared!

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