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Good Morning,  !
Today is Monday, October 31

Happy Halloween!
Leave some of the candy for the monsters!


OK, here, as promised, is the music suggested by subscribers.
Even the very worst one, if there actually IS a worst one,
is a thousand times better than the moronic screeching produced
by the British "scientists". They got about as close as they did
with their Gullible Warming insanity.

OK, here is the list, alphabetically:
Music                           Suggested by
1		Acker Bilk		-	Mare
2		Acker Bilk, On the Shore		-	Hanna
3		Aeoliah's "Angel Love"		-	Jim
4		Andra Bocelli et sa fille-Abad		-	Funk
5		Bach:  Toccata & Fugue in D minor, S. 565		-	Ric
6		Bach: Cantata, BWV 147, Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring		-	Margee
7		Bach: Toccata & Fugue in F major, S. 540		-	Ric
8		Bach's air on a G string		-	Jacqui
9		Beethoven Symphony no. 6 in F major 'pastoral'		-	David
10		Beethoven-Fur Elise		-	Elsie (Not Elise)
11		Beethoven's Concerto #5		-	Jim
12		Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata		-	Jim
13		Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata		-	Melanie
14		Beethoven's Sixth Symphony		-	Richard
15		Butterworth's "Banks of Green Willow"		-	David
16		Christopher Cross 'Sailing'		-	Carl
17		Christopher Cross's Cool Change		-	Mellie
18		Claire de Lune         by DeBussy		-	David
19		Dances With Wolves" The John Dunbar Theme		-	Barbara
20		Eddy Arnold Country		-	Cora
21		Ferde Grof‚ - Grand Canyon Suite - III. On the Trail		-	David
22		Ferde Grof‚ - Grand Canyon Suite - V. Cloudburst		-	David
23		Fleetwood Mac Albatross		-	jacqui
24		Gheorghe Zamfir - Lonely Shepherd		-	Dianne
25		Greensleeves		-	Dianne
26		Handel:  Water Music Suites		-	Ric
27		Intermezzo" from Cavalleria Rusticano		-	Cay
28		Johann Pachelbel Canon in D Major		-	Dianne
29		K.D. Lang's Hallejujah		-	Eric
30		Mantovanni: Elizabethan Serenade		-	Dianne
31		Moonlight Sonata    by Beethoven		-	David
32		Mozart's Requiem in D minor   		-	Nofries
33		Mozart-The Marriage of Figaro		-	Anna
34		O Mio Babbino Caro", from Puccini's "Gianni Schicchi"		-	Bill
35		On the Moldau by Smetana		-	David
36		Osamu Kitajima: The Source		-	Ki
37		Pachelbel's Canon in D Major		-	Ruth
38		Pachelbel's Canon in D Major		-	Margee
39		Ravel's Bolero		-	Earl
40		ROSSINI William Tell: Call to the Cows		-	Carl
41		Samuel Barber - Adagio for Strings, op.11. Uncut		-	Richard
42		Schubert - Ave Maria		-	Nan
43		Schubert - Ave Maria sung by Bocelli		-	Barb
44		Schubert - Ave Maria sung by Pavarotti		-	Frank
45		Schubert's Serenade		-	Nina
46		Sibelius Finlandia		-	Tom
47		Song of Peace (Be Still My Soul)       from Finlandia by Sibelius		-	David
48	not on the net yet	Spencer Lewis recordings from Bethel, Vermont.		-	Dee
49		Sri Chinmoy		-	Mandy
50		StarsEnd		-	Cathi
51		Strauss - Radetzky March		-	DearWebby
52		Strauss Blue Danube Waltz		-	Fran
53		Strauss Farandole March		-	Alice
54		Strauss Kaiser Waltz		-	Frank
55		Strauss Vienna Waltz		-	Oscar
56		Strauss WienerWald		-	Ellie
57		Sunrise from the Peer Gynt		-	David
58		Swan Lake    by Tchaikovsky		-	David
59		Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake Waltz		-	Carol
60		The Moldau by Bedrich Smetana		-	Jean
61		Zen Radio		-	Ogden

It looks like Bach, Beethoven, Shubert and Strauss are definite favorites.

Let's keep this going!
If you come across something really nice to listen to, 
send me the URL, and I will add it, and every now and then,
I will post the updated list.

Have FUN!
DearWebby


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