music in the kitchen?

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music in the kitchen?

Why are all our spammers kitchen related?  What attracts them to this particular forum, do we think?  

Parla, you haven't started collecting kitchen furniture like you collect CDs have you?  (That's a joke Parla. Just smile.)

Vic.

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If you're looking for kitchen furniture, watch out for Brodsky!

Chris A.Gnostic

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I spend a lot of time listening to music on the radio in the kitchen whilst cooking the dinner. We have an excellent radio service here in the UK with live concerts from BBC R3 and also R2; plus ClassicFM is good for  film music. No doubt this is where the kitchen smammers are basing their marketing strategy!!

 

DSM

 

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As usually, Vic, you establish some very creative and inventive threads?

I guess the next thread could be "in how many and which Operas a kitchen is involved" (or simply "kitchen in the music").

Parla

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parla wrote:

I guess the next thread could be "in how many and which Operas a kitchen is involved" (or simply "kitchen in the music").

Parla

With some of the wierd and wonderful productions around these days, there must be some examples around, Cosi in a cafeteria, Mime's kitchen? ......

Chris A.Gnostic

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 How about The Marchof the Kitchen Utensils

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The Larder of Seville.

Plum

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If there's a concerto for string quartets in helicopters, there must be a place for a symphony of kitchen utensils.

(Whatever have I started here?!!)

Vic.

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How about opera companies that are strapped for cash, and are forced to put on scaled down productions, for example Duke Bluebeard´s Kitchen. No shortage of doors to open or implements of torture, bit tough to hide the ex-wives though.

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tagalie wrote:

c hris johnson wrote:

With some of the wierd and wonderful productions around these days, there must be some examples around, Cosi in a cafeteria,

It's been done. The Sellars Cosi, in a diner.

Yes, Tagalie, that's the one I was thinking of!

" Duke Bluebeard´s Kitchen. No shortage of doors to open or implements of torture, bit tough to hide the ex-wives though."

Just needs a good-sized freezer.

Chris

Chris A.Gnostic

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Great idea, Dubrob. Sea of tears would be a collapsed souffle or would a sink full of dirty dishes be better? Bluebeard's weapons would be the cutlery drawer, the garden would be the fridge crisper. I'm reaching after that. Ex-wives in the garbage bin under the sink I suppose. Torture chamber? Jewels? Where are all the crazy producers when you need them?

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