A rubbish heap in which a Ukrainian nuclear fireman finds romance with Willie Nelson.
Another abundance of redundance. Featuring Russian, German and Italian puppetry, organ-grinding, and other nonsense.
More inanity from the Hackney organity.
François Dominique Séraphin, Bourbon favourite and reputedly the father of ombres chinoises (shadow puppetry), began operating 15 years later than is generally thought, and may have copied his techniques from an itinerant Italian or a London Alsatian. Featuring the memoirs of the valet to the later Louis XVII, early descriptions of the delights of the renovated Palais Royal (including a pygmy show), jolly old Baron Grimm on the lamentable state of French opera, shadow plays, and marionettes, and William Beckford’s favourite designer of theatrical perversions.
Soundscaping the ERO Grapeliner SF200 self-propelled grape-harvesting machine.
But unfortunately he probably won’t figure in the results of the Singing Organ-Grinder’s historical explorations into English popular song.
City Music Services. Let me explain. And introduce my top 10 performing fish.
Videos of arrangements of Machito’s Bananas and Valencia, and a preview of a song about doggies.