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  1. And there won't be snow in Africa this Christmas time The greatest gift they'll get this year is life Where nothing ever grows No rain nor rivers flow Do they know it's Christmas time at all?
  2. Davies/Gordon/Tognetti - Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World Manfredini/Molin - Friday the 13th Part VII - The New Blood (LLL) Williams - Memoirs of a Geisha Williams - War of the Worlds (Intrada)
  3. Been wearing glasses (-2.25 on both eyes) for more than 20 years now. Occassionally, I also wear contacts but not very often, mainly for those occassions where they are far more practical (concerts, sports etc.). I totally second that!
  4. Superman, Star Wars main titles and Presenting the Hook.
  5. Williams - Home Alone Williams - Home Alone 2: Lost in New York Shore - LotR: FotT CR
  6. https://www.classical-music.com/magazine/issues/christmas-2020/ In the Christmas 2020 issue of BBC Music Magazine, we meet the iconic film composer John Williams to reflect on his illustrious career in Hollywood, his concert works and the thrills of conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Merry Christmas! In this month’s issue, we meet the iconic film composer John Williams to reflect on his long and prosperous career in Hollywood, some of his greatest scores and concert music and his thrilling forays into conducting.
  7. By the rivers of Babylon There we sat down Ye-eah we wept When we remembered Zion.
  8. Does anyone play/has anyone played Train Sim World? Would you recommend it? Or if you have any other train simulator to recommend.
  9. I must say that I find this approach to determine whether you like a pianist or not a bit funny - you make your decision based exclusively on two minutes of music by a single composer - or did you actually mean the most famous 1st movement? In my own 25 years as a musician, I learned that broadly speaking, at the end of the day there's no such thing as "too quick" or "too slow" in the music (excluding those most obvious, notorious and greatly exaggerated deviations), there's only different interpretations - and all of them may be fascinating for one reason or another. One of the most famous ex
  10. Rediscovering the good old Ropeway Simulator 2014 these days, having finally bought a new gaming PC after almost 9 years. Great fun to play and being a huge fan of ropeways, I LOVE that game! With all graphic settings maxed out, I think it actually doesn't look all that bad even in 2020. Also, playing through the CoD: Ghosts campaign for the first time and installing Battlefield 4 after that.
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