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Smeltington last won the day on June 11 2014

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  1. Their carelessness is self-defeating. I would have ordered it already if it weren't for that notice. We need someone to be the guinea pig!
  2. A Toast to Ludlow! It's funny to me that we had to wait all these years for this mysterious piece, just to hear Ludlow again lol.
  3. As I mentioned, it was mostly comprised of a bunch of Ludlow material, including both the typical Ludlow we know and love, as well as some fanfaric material similar to the opening of "Quidditch". It doesn't use the whole orchestra; the focus is mainly on the brass, as well as some percussion. The concert program says it's "scored for 5 trumpets, 6 horns, 4 trombones, 2 tubas, glockenspiel, and tubular bells." It's a fun, breezy Williams fanfare, and was a nice opening to the concert, even if it doesn't cover new ground. Here are the program notes:
  4. I recorded it at the show, but I'm going to hold off sharing it since someone will likely be able to get a better recording from the broadcast.
  5. Yeah life is too short to watch lots of TV. Just watch a little bit as needed to keep your sanity, if it helps you unwind. @rough cut I absolve you from all guilt. Don't watch ANY of those shows!
  6. Aww man! You HAVE to watch She-Hulk, Ms. Marvel, Star Wars Andor, House Of The Dragon, Star Trek Strange New Worlds, Star Trek Discovery, Lisey's Stoy, The Witcher, DC's Stargirl, Sweet Tooth, Squid Game, Cowboy Bebop, DC's Doom Patrol, The Umbrella Academy, Cobra Kai, Superman & Lois, DC's Titans, Reacher, Russian Doll, Severence, Sopranos, Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, The Ozark, Narcos, Vikings, and Walking Dead! C'mon, they're great!
  7. Good to know! I wonder how they did it. Everything you said about the drawbacks of Wikipedia makes sense. It's sounding like this might need to be hosted independently one day, but maybe having it on Fandom is appropriate in the beginning when there's no way to get funds for hosting.
  8. Well that's good. I'm also wondering if it would be possible from a technical standpoint, because if the project is successful there will be too much content to easily copy each page over manually. I do think it would make the site feel more legitimate and user-friendly, although the alternative may be paid hosting.
  9. Well, at least we can get the content through archive.org. Maybe some of us who worked on Scorepedia articles could copy our content over. How easy would it be to move the fandom.com wiki to some other webhost? I'm thinking about future proofing, plus the number of ads over there is a bit distracting, so it would be nice to know if all our work is tied up in that platform or not.
  10. I really had high hopes for Scorepedia. I hope this one will take off. So many people have been kind enough to share valuable content on this forum... the sum total knowledge on here is massive, and much of it is obscure and difficult if not impossible to find anywhere else. But unfortunately, it's often hard to find the info here too, given that it's spread out across years' worth of forum posts. I think a wiki format would be an extremely handy reference, if we were able to start sharing info over there. I wonder if any of our Scorepedia articles still exist somewhere, to be ported in? I remember the Chamber of Secrets score was my pet project over there, it would be cool to see that page resurrected, along with all the rest of the content others contributed.
  11. I wish I liked the artwork. But it's great to see a Pixar film get the Criterion treatment.
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