thank you, April ! So cool I'll sign you up.
wonderful job, Alan. I could imagine the watchman has a second job as hangman in the afternoon but this one seems much nicer. I like the tune
ha ! a girl can dream unfortunately I'll not be there anymore when Pratchett himself comes into PD.
good luck with the move !!!! Come back soon.Going dark for a few days in 3 - 2 - 1 -
well in that case you are grumbling very melodiouslyalanmapstone wrote:Never actually read a Pratchet book but know a bit about them from other people. I did not think of what I did as a tune, just a man grumbling to himself.
I suppose the obvious PD ancestors of Pratchett would be Jules Verne or Jonathan Swift. Did they write plays?
Verne wrote plays but they weren't translated from the French until a couple years ago. I'll have to check on Swift....alanmapstone wrote: ↑June 22nd, 2018, 3:29 amI suppose the obvious PD ancestors of Pratchett would be Jules Verne or Jonathan Swift. Did they write plays?
wonderful, April, you play the part of a gossipy biddy quite well especially in the second act you are really getting into to game when you are cheated out of a hanging (how macabre )adr6090 wrote: ↑July 8th, 2018, 9:18 amhttps://librivox.org/uploads/toddhw/signofthegreedypig_anoldwoman_01_128kbps.mp3 time 0:18
https://librivox.org/uploads/toddhw/signofthegreedypig_anoldwoman_02_128kbps.mp3 time 00:46
Here are two files that I have claimed.