Violin Notes For Happy Birthday

    happy birthday

  • Happy Birthday is a collaboration album by Pete Townshend and friends including Ronnie Lane, pressed and released in 1970 by Universal Spiritual League.
  • Happy Birthday (S dnyom rozhdeniya) is an award-winning 1998 Russian drama film written and directed by Larisa Sadilova.
  • Happy Birthday! is an album by German electronic duo Modeselektor, and was released on September 10, 2007.

    violin

  • bowed stringed instrument that is the highest member of the violin family; this instrument has four strings and a hollow body and an unfretted fingerboard and is played with a bow
  • (violinist) a musician who plays the violin
  • A stringed musical instrument of treble pitch, played with a horsehair bow. The classical European violin was developed in the 16th century. It has four strings and a body of characteristic rounded shape, narrowed at the middle and with two f-shaped sound holes
  • Violin was the first album released by violinst Vanessa-Mae. It was recorded in October 1990, near her 12th birthday, and released shortly afterwards in March 1991. Vanessa-Mae contributed her royalties from the album to the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.

    notes

  • A brief record of facts, topics, or thoughts, written down as an aid to memory
  • (note) a brief written record; “he made a note of the appointment”
  • A short comment on or explanation of a word or passage in a book or article; an annotation
  • (note) make mention of; “She observed that his presentation took up too much time”; “They noted that it was a fine day to go sailing”
  • A short informal letter or written message
  • (note) a short personal letter; “drop me a line when you get there”

violin notes for happy birthday

violin notes for happy birthday – Beautiful Dark

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An original Front-of-House still of Hilary Dwyer and Ian Ogilvy in “Witchfinder General”, seen in Eastman Colour at the Alhambra, Normacot, Stoke-on-Trent, on Wednesday, October 9th, 1968 (Tigon Briti

An original Front-of-House still of Hilary Dwyer and Ian Ogilvy in “Witchfinder General”, seen in Eastman Colour at the Alhambra, Normacot, Stoke-on-Trent, on Wednesday, October 9th, 1968 (Tigon Briti
"Witchfinder General" holds a special place in the history of my favourite films. Although I wouldn’t know the following three facts until recent years, they represent three amazing coincidences regarding this now cult film. (1): Production started in East Anglia on Monday, September 18th, 1967…exactly thirteen years after we had left Stockport for Stoke-on-Trent. (2): After a few scenes being trimmed in order for it to be given an X certificate, it was classified by the British Board of Film Censors on Friday, April 26th, 1968…my 21st birthday. It was released on the ABC circuit in May, 1968 and at the time, it was a very controversial film, due to the amount of graphic violence in it (although any such violence in it now looks very tame by today’s standards). (3): On Wednesday, September 18th, 1968, exactly one year after production had started on the film and exactly fourteen years after we had moved to Stoke-on-Trent, we moved home from 1, Raglan Street, Weston Coyney, to 7, Trevor Drive, Caverswall and this is where my narrative begins.

My older half-brother, Barrie (who was ten years my senior), was helping us to move and, while we were unpacking our belongings at our new address, we began to talk about films. I mentioned a new and very controversial film that I’d heard about called ‘Witchfinder General’. “Oh, don’t mention Witchfinder General to me”, said Barrie. “There’s a bloke at work who’s been to see Witchfinder General and it’s all he talks about. He’s mad about it.” This remark of Barrie’s certainly increased my interest in the film and I promised myself that I would go and see it when it came to the Alhambra in order to see what all the fuss was about.

On Friday, October 4th, 1968, I went to the Alhambra to see ‘Custer of the West’ and was delighted to see from the monthly programme booklet that I picked up in the foyer that ‘Witchfinder General’ was on the following Monday for six days. I eagerly awaited seeing the trailer during the course of the programme and before long, the two and a half minute trailer appeared on the screen and I was engrossed in the excitement of it and determined to go and see the film the following week.

And so, 4:40 pm on Wednesday, October 9th, 1968, saw me sitting in the front stalls at the Alhambra, waiting for 5 pm and for the film to begin. It soon became 5 pm and the lights started to dim and when they had dimmed right down, the censor’s certificate appeared on the gold-coloured curtains as the curtains began to rise.

British Board of Film Censors.
This is to Certify that:
Witchfinder General
has been passed for exhibition
when no person under the age
of sixteen years is present.
X

I was very excited, as I was about to see it at last and I was astounded by it. I thought it was one of the best pictures I’d ever seen. The film was based on historical fact and was set in 1645, during the English Civil War. Vincent Price played the notorious lawyer and self-styled witchfinder Matthew Hopkins, who travelled throughout East Anglia with his obnoxious henchman John Stearne (Robert Russell), taking advantage of the superstitions of the country folk in order to extract confessions of witchcraft from ordinary members of the populace and then hang or burn them in order to be paid handsomely by the local magistrates for ridding their town or village of “witches.” Hopkins motives are mostly monetary, while Stearne is a sadistic bully who enjoys torturing defenceless people.

Unfortunately for this loathsome pair, they make the mistake of turning up in the village of Brandeston and targeting the Reverend John Lowes (Rupert Davies), the uncle of Sara Lowes (Hilary Dwyer), who is engaged to Richard Marshall (Ian Ogilvy), a soldier in Cromwell’s army. In an effort to try to save her uncle from more torture and then death at the hands of Hopkins and Stearne, Sara offers herself to Hopkins in return for her uncle’s life. Hopkins takes her up on this and, while two other unfortunates in the village are receiving Stearne’s full and sadistic attentions, John Lowes is left alone, chained up in a cell in the local jail. But when Hopkins has to leave for the day in order go to the next village and leaves Stearne in charge, the brute takes advantage of his master’s absence in order to rape Sara. When Hopkins returns and finds out what has happened, he changes his mind about the priest and has him tortured and then hung alongside the two other innocent victims. Then, Hopkins and Stearne, having been paid handsomely for their services by the local magistrate, leave for pastures new.

When Richard, through word of mouth, hears about the terrible goings on in Brandeston, he gallops back with all speed and finds Sara cowering, ashamed and traumatised, in the vandalised and desecrated church. Richard takes Sara to the altar and marries them both in sight of God and vows to find and kill Hopkins and Stearne for what they have done. He gives Sara some money and tells

Happy, Happy Birthday, HRE and Taiwan!! :3

Happy, Happy Birthday, HRE and Taiwan!! :3
Okay. On one of my photos, I happened to say I would do the tag thing on my next photo. This happens to be it. So…uh…I don’t know. whatever. Anyway, Happy Birthday HRE and Taiwan!!! :3
NOTE: None of these songs are English. -.-;

[1] Put your iPod/MP3 player on Shuffle.
[2] For each question, press the next button to get your answer. (what? *totally confused, but whatever*.)
[3] You must write that song name down, no matter how silly/stupid it sounds!
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IF SOMEONE SAYS, "ARE YOU OKAY?", YOU SAY?
Go Google It (that. that is perfect. I am actually going to say that next time someone asks me. XD)
HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOURSELF?
The Summer I can’t see you (well, it is sorta right. I can’t see you guys in the summer…)
WHAT DO YOU LIKE IN A GIRL/GUY?
Fake or Fate (holy maple. that’s kinda what the song is about. o_0)
HOW DO YOU FEEL TODAY?
Antichlorobenzene
WHAT IS LIFE’S PURPOSE?
Poker Face- Spainloid cover (..what?)
WHAT’S YOUR MOTTO?
Akikoroid- Meat meets girl. (o.o)
WHAT DO YOUR PARENTS THINK OF YOU?
Meltdown (Hard rock remix)

WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT VERY OFTEN?
Declare war on all vocaloid (non! I don’t wanna do that!! D:)

WHAT IS YOUR LIFE STORY?
Panda Hero

WHAT DO YOU THINK OF YOUR BEST FRIEND?
PonPonPon- VY2 Yuma cover (…what?)

WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP?
HetaOni OST- Call (uh..no. I wanna be a mangaka. -.-)

WHAT DO YOU THINK WHEN YOU SEE THE PERSON YOU LIKE?
Game Of Life- Iciko cover (uh.. a person like… does Len count?? XD)

WHAT WILL YOU DANCE TO AT YOUR WEDDING?
Gods an energy cheapskate (… no comment.)

WHAT WILL THEY PLAY AT YOUR FUNERAL?
Soundless voice- music box version
WHAT ARE YOUR HOBBIES/INTERESTS?
Yanderenka- Kasane Ted cover (no…I don’t think I am yandere.. I might be a little yangire though. XDD)
WHAT IS YOUR BIGGEST SECRET?
Lilium- Kasane Teto cover (uh..no.)
WHAT IS 2+2? (really?? .-.)
The many strange noises of Tamaki Souh (what?)
WHAT IS YOUR BIGGEST FEAR?
Rolling Girl (not really…)

WHAT’S THE WORST THING THAT COULD HAPPEN?
Magnet- Violin ver. (non, it’s NOT! that’s one of the BEST things that has happened! //shot)

HOW WILL YOU DIE?
Subarashiine Kurumi- Can’t I even dream? ( I don wanna die like that!! T.T)
WHAT IS THE ONE THING YOU REGRET?
Armada Death
WHAT MAKES YOU LAUGH?
Two Faced Lovers
WHAT MAKES YOU CRY?
KAITO- Lord of Darkness (yes. It does make me cry- tears of laughter.)
IF YOU COULD GO BACK IN TIME, WHAT WOULD YOU CHANGE?
HetaOni Douga (no way!!! >:I)
…I didn’t come up with these questions. If I did they would be so much better. .-. Well, the songs basically say everything about me- I don’t really like English music. //shot

violin notes for happy birthday

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