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Romy the Cat

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Schubert's Dancing Cats

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I usually good at this. I mean that I usually quite well detect in people their inclinations to appreciate the felines beauty and to adore the little taily subordinates of the Bastet’s universe. This felineness of personally clearly could be seen in composed music. You should not even to read how crazy Ravel was with his Cats - it mostly enough to hear some of his music. Anyhow, despite of my reported feline sensitively, I never feel anything like this in Schubert and suddenly I come across this magnificent manuscript. This is an original Franz Schubert’s composition with the author’ drawings…

"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
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