"The isle is full of noises... Sounds, and sweet airs, that give delight and hurt not"
The Tempest, Act III scene 2 ll 148-9
Hi folks! As it happens, I do like ManTran - especially the 'Pastiche' album and their beautiful, simple close-harmony version of 'A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square'. I'm not a fan of Mr. Adams's music, I have to confess. I knew about the Presidential element from watching the wonderful series that Channel 4 broadcast starring Paul Giamatti and Lorna Linney (That's just Lorna, you understand). Time for me to devise a 'B' I guess - I'll be back before too long!
A 'B' please to link:
- Carruthers and colleague;
- nephews and nieces;
- Shropshire in September, for example
I'm afraid that I am in the opposing camp! Just sampled some of their tracks on iTunes...I found them barbershop saccharine sweet for my taste.
I should perhaps have mentioned that 'B' is a person.
'Fraid not. To help you:
The first element is a bit of a puzzle, the second could also include cousins, uncles and aunts; and the third element shares a title with a work by Turgenev. All scored by B.
Well the third element is A month in the Country.