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Lover's Concerto

One of the greatest classical composers was a Prussian. Herr Bach went by the name of Johann Sebastian. Laboring at his harpsichord, his compositions were many. He wrote a rather short tune that was quite pretty. It had an upbeat, allegro type melody. His famous piece was the “Minuet in G”. Along came three young women in the twentieth century. ‘The Toys” would become this trio’s adopted name. One hit song catapulted them all to fame. With a small band, they entered a recording studio. Their production became a hit nearly everyone would know. They sold many recorded copies of “Lover’s Concerto” If Johann Sebastian were alive today, he would be pissed. He could not get a copyright, and all those royalties were missed. Inspired by a video from You Tube

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  1. Date: 7/30/2013 3:11:00 PM
    Informative and humorous work..Enjoyed reading this winning work today..Congrats..Sara

  1. Date: 7/27/2013 5:58:00 PM
    hi Robert congrats on placing Shadow x smiles

  1. Date: 7/27/2013 1:57:00 PM
    Robert, congratulations with your surprising winning poem in 'Giorgio Veneto' contest. always~ LINDA

  1. Date: 7/27/2013 4:53:00 AM
    Robert what an inspiring an informative poem. Congratulations on your fine win. Warm Smiles, Connie

  1. Date: 7/22/2013 10:54:00 PM
    Ha ha, this is a funny write actually though I can see the seriousness of it as well! That is a great song that Bach wrote, and it is used at many different places! It's a fun song at that! I truly loved reading this enlightening poem my friend, and I enjoyed listening to this song again! What a brilliant piece, Great Work!!