13 thoughts on “Music 33: My dog’s dolls

  1. Cynthia Jobin

    I just love this one; it has the flavor of one of my favorite “eras” in music history, usually referred to as The Renaissance. It’s also doggy-happy; I played it for my dog, Chloë. I’ve often tried to read the careful arrangement of bones and toys Chloë designs about the room, but so far, no luck.

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      1. Cynthia Jobin

        I’m not sure. I once tried to explain to her the difference between an umlaut and a tréma, but she lost her concentration. I guess é would be too acute a change, and probably above her class, her being of a questionable provenance and all.

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  2. simon682

    Now there is one contented dog. We tried introducing dolls and toys to Jolly but it wasn’t one of our more successful enterprises: she re-arranged them.

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    1. Bruce Goodman Post author

      Thank you, Derrick. I can’t help it. Hopefully Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Wagner, Stravinsky, Schoenberg, Stockhausen… all had the same problem!

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    1. Bruce Goodman Post author

      That’s funny! My dog takes the greatest care of them, except for one rooster toy that if it gets squeezed goes cock-a-doodle-do! She hates it, and throws it away!

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