Sez Colin re “Make Love To Me!” (1954). Well-known but worth repeating, from a Dutch English-language school:
The Singing Organ-Grinder mashes the chorus onto a canon of Barcelona street songs (Ctrl-F for “Crits del carrer”) but has not yet found an appropriate podium.
- Gallery: antecedents, construction, arrival, outings
(See also the page with audio excerpts.)
20/03/2015 Here Comes The Sun, Pedralbes, Barcelona
Solar eclipse party for some people with excellent taste.
12/12/2014 The organ-grinder’s superkazoos go on sale
21/11/2014 First great work of art inspired by the organ
At primary school Escola Pau Romeva, Barcelona. There are also photos
The organ-grinder as a singing black hole
Photo by Jean-Marc Joseph.
- Business and pleasure: concerts, birthday parties, receptions, cocktail parties, weddings and other special celebrations
A memorable, surprising, high-quality quickie for your champagne moment – birthdays are particularly popular. Sprog hint: If yours are under five foot, a (stable) beer crate will enable you to photograph them organ-grinding without your nearest and dearest having to hold them up in mid-air. This passage from Dostoyevsky, Crime and Punishment kind of counts: …
- ¡Gracias y adiós!
Update includes the top 10 posts at time of closure.
- Ana Botella’s Olympic presentation with sub-titles
I assume the brown envelopes had all changed hands by the time one of the English teaching industry’s slower and lazier students took to the rostrum, but still:
Many thought that she was working her way through an IPA version of English written by her chauffeur, but I think there’s also a hint of …