HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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    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.[​IMG] Not sure if I love them or hate them...





     


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    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.

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    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.

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    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. :happy:
     


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    Thought this deserved a re-post. I really like this coat. Nicely matched with shirt, tie, and PS
     


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    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?
     


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    I thought that the StyFo Tenth was supposed to be in May?

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    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.
     
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    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.
     


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    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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