Norman Lebrecht on shifting sound worlds
What we want to know is: where did they hide the orchestra?
“Swans sing before they die.’Twere no bad thing should certain persons die before they sing”-Samuel Taylor Coleridge
So naff its painful
The cheesy Synthesizer accompagnato kills it for me.
Be understanding. What else do the Maltese have, besides Calleja and the Falcon?
Vaguely spherical chocolates with honeycomb inside.
remarkable the ‘resurrection’ of his hair….:):)
Great. I’m sure they’re going to tack on a “tenor” charge to my ticket now…yet another thing I don’t need or want.
I think it is quite amusing for an airline advert.
and it is…made me smile ..enough said!!
I’m wondering if they have relaxed their instruments as carry on luggage policy, if so, we should all be flying air Malta.
The answer is simple. They borrowed them from the flight crew. The pilots were flying on instruments.
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