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Some items that we aquired! Alistair MacLean Robert Lewis Stevenson Ian Fleming writes Chitty Chitty Bang Bang for youth, and Goldfinger for golfers Robert Graves, and the sequel Harps and Harpistby Roslyn Rensch The Legend of Henriette Renieby Jaymee Haefner Power Performanceby Dr. Carrol McLaughlin Carlos Salzedoby Dewey Owens This post is mostly for testing …

Xanadu

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Another film that should cheer a person up. Gene Kelly in a 1980 Busby Berkeley style pop musical. I had no idea. E.L.O. and Olivia Newton John. … and have you seen ABBA, The Movie (1977)!?

Tax Swing

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“How the Taxman Cleared the Dance Floor”, by Eric Felten (Eric Felten Jazz Orchestra): These are strange days, when we are told both that tax incentives can transform technologies yet higher taxes will not drag down the economy. So which is it? Do taxes change behavior or not? Of course they do, but often in …

WhoHarps’ Patient Centurion

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The Patient Centurion (Pandorica Suite) Doctor Who Series 5 Soundtrack Harp In celebration of the first airing of Doctor Who Series 7 I finished a new video! The Patient Centurion (Featured in the Pandorica Suite) Composed by Murray Gold, Orchestrated by Ben Foster Arranged for solo harp by Sharon Macauley The song was featured in …

WhoHarps’ Rose’s Theme

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Rose’s Theme from Doctor Who (2005 Series) Series 5 Sound Track – Harp Solo Rose’s Theme Composed by Murray Gold Arranged for solo harp by Sharon Macauley and Paul H. Hurst Performed by Sharon Macauley Special thanks to Paul H. Hurst, my excellent harp teacher, and Jimmi Th√łgersen

Chinese Drop

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Chinese Drop by Major Major. The opening lyrics I think are humorous. “Will the Chinese drop the bomb? You know they will, it won’t be long until they’re gone To Taiwan. They love my song Just like Hong Kong and Falun Gong They’re super strong Will the police smash your face? You they will if …