Mr. B. Scott Robinson

Super Member
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Atlanta, Georgia
United States
Georgia
Atlanta
I have been listening to a great deal of Franz Liszt this week.

Last Saturday, I stumbled across this 1845 lithograph with personal music notation and signature by Liszt. The estate sale company only had it listed as “portrait of a gentleman”....so this gentleman took a chance on it. I heard from Sotheby’s on Wednesday and they have offered to sell (Liszt?) it for me in their next books and manuscripts sale taking place in London next spring.

I am in my own personal phase of Lisztomania at the moment.

Cheers,

BSR
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Shaver

Connoisseur
10,833
England
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Manchester
Prostrate you people! Ponder the pulchritudinous prowess provided, peerless power, paralysing passion, placed provocatively, picked then pinched, this plausible pace passing pitiful popsongs in pulsating parable, post punk poetry - praise perception and poison pabulum, permit the presentation: Permafrost.

"As the day stops dead
At the place where we're lost
I will drug you and **** you
On the permafrost"

 

Adventure Wolf

Active Member with Corp. Privileges
360
United States
North Carolina
Raleigh
I'm sure not everyone will like this band. I saw them first at the Brewery when they were Art Lord and the Self Portraits. They've come a long way since then.

 
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