COMPLETE - Mother Goose for Grownups by Wetmore Carryl - lb

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Post by ezwa » October 3rd, 2008, 6:31 am

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« Heureux qui... sait d'une voix légère passer du grave au doux, du plaisant au sévère »
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Post by Didier » October 7th, 2008, 6:38 am

Hi Joseph!

It sure took me some time to catch this irritable and irascible rodent Image, but I finally succeded--well, at least, I hope so...

Section 7 - The Fearful Finale of the Irascible Mouse.

URL for the recorded file: http://upload.librivox.org/share/uploads/lb/gooseforgrownups_07_carryl.mp3
Title: 7 - The Fearful Finale of the Irascible Mouse
Artist: Guy Wetmore Carryl
Album: Mother Goose for Grownups
Duration: 3:37

Cheese... uh... cheers ;-)
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Post by fink » October 7th, 2008, 6:59 am

Perfect Didier :D Thanks
That was a real horror story... poor old little mouse :cry:

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Post by Didier » October 7th, 2008, 7:04 am

fink wrote:Perfect Didier :D Thanks
That was a real horror story... poor old little mouse :cry:
I am feeling really bad now Image
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Post by fink » October 7th, 2008, 7:58 am

Professor Frank von Didier the blotting paper took.
Because the Farmer`s wife would throw it into muck.
The blood and bits he carefully scraped into a petry dish.
And while`st humming "claire de lune" and looking in his book,
Connecting this and mixing that, he made a little wish.
Out of the dish the mouse did jump,without any care.
Oh what joy,oh how sweet - let's thank - Didier

End of my future as a poet read by Joseph - this recording will self destruct after reading.

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Post by Didier » October 7th, 2008, 8:53 am

fink wrote:Professor Frank von Didier the blotting paper took.
Because the Farmer`s wife would throw it into muck.
The blood and bits he carefully scraped into a petry dish.
And while`st humming "claire de lune" and looking in his book,
Connecting this and mixing that, he made a little wish.
Out of the dish the mouse did jump,without any care.
Oh what joy,oh how sweet - let's thank - Didier

End of my future as a poet read by Joseph - this recording will self destruct after reading.
Image
[i]I called the project a book, but in fact it wasn't a book at all.[/i] [size=75](Paul Auster: The Brooklyn Follies)[/size]

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Post by luciburg » October 7th, 2008, 3:12 pm

fink this has moved along really nice, only one more to go. Great work!!!

Lucy :)
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Post by libraryanne » October 13th, 2008, 10:28 am

Is any Proof listening needed for any files in this project? Sounds like fun, so if any story needs listening, I can oblige.

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Post by libraryanne » October 20th, 2008, 1:39 pm

I PLed Section 1, To Constance and section 2 Jilted Jack.

Both files are OK.

Amusing little stories. :)

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Post by fink » October 21st, 2008, 4:35 am

Thanks very much libraryanne - :D
Great
Joseph

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Post by libraryanne » October 21st, 2008, 2:24 pm

I've PLed three more sections

Section 3 is OK

Section 4 is OK

Section 5 is OK

And I'm really enjoying these, what a twist the author gives them. More listening tomorrow.

Cheers,
Betty

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Post by libraryanne » October 24th, 2008, 2:27 pm

I PLed three more files


Section 6 is OK

Section 7 is OK

Section 8 is OK.

All three had me grinning unabashedly. :D

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Post by Gesine » October 28th, 2008, 12:17 pm

Thank you, libraryanne! I've marked up the Magic Window.

Please continue listening! :)
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Post by libraryanne » October 28th, 2008, 2:09 pm

Ahh. I have PLed three more sections. :)

Section 10 is OK

Section 11 is OK

Section 12 is OK

I'll try to listen to a couple more tomorrow.

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Post by Gesine » October 28th, 2008, 2:23 pm

libraryanne wrote:Ahh. I have PLed three more sections. :)

Section 10 is OK

Section 11 is OK

Section 12 is OK

I'll try to listen to a couple more tomorrow.
Fabulous! Thanks so much. This is a great help. By the time we get the last section in, maybe all other files will be marked Ready for catalogue! :)
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