Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
The color of the SC looks kind of ugly when placed against the jeans and shirt - maybe a light grey would have been better.
Those shoes... kudos for originality. Not sure if I love them or hate them...
One more unorthodox attire. Double-breasted tweed jacket with red brogues. I actually like the result very much, but feel free to call me crazy.
Getting ready for church. Devising a way to incorporate the first four measures of "The Victors" into the tenor line of the opening hymn (in celebration of Michigan's victory over OSU at last night's BB game.) A maize and blue day.
I have my suspicions that there is eyewear that has ne'er been seen on these pages. Only the shoo cirkle guys know for sure and they ain't talkin'!
You mean if I wear glasses? I do not.
I would make the WORST detective evar!
In response to Threadbearer
"Isn't "The Victors" an official hymn in Ann Arbor churches to begin with?"
Yes, indeed, it is! Hymn #539-B.
Thought this deserved a re-post. I really like this coat. Nicely matched with shirt, tie, and PS
Love the tie.
You mean, you were going to try to sneak in another melody in the tenor line?
How'd that work? Did anyone notice?
I thought that the StyFo Tenth was supposed to be in May?
I think that I recognize a couple of the new WAYWRN guys standing on the bar. Taller than I thought, though.
I'm delighted it was a success: kudos to LA and Parker.
Thanks for the kind word.
I took the tune ST ANDREW and was able to rewrite the ATB parts so that "The Victors" (first phrase) would harmonize. It worked! I played that phrase with the tenor on a loud reed stop. Yes, people noticed. Some, even, expected it. One time, I composed a fugue based on "Victors"--but put it in minor key. I'm shameless.
Wow! That's impressive, cp. I thought you were just kidding at first. Johann Sebastian would be proud of your "invention."
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