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Panonica

Composer Thelonius Monk    (click to list other tunes)
Submitted by Grant Izmirlian
Posted 5/8/06; 10:40:47 AM
Msg# 4837 (top msg in thread)
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For some reason this tune conjures happy childhood memories of playing in an empty playground on a slightly damp yet sunny October day in the late afternoon.

Of course it is named after the Baroness Panonica Der Konigsweiller (sp?) or "Nica" for short, who was a active patron of the arts, and lasting friend of both Monk and of Bird. Panonica: For some reason this tune conjures happy childhood memories of playing in an empty playground on a slightly damp yet sunny October day in the late afternoon.    Of course it is named after the Baroness Panonica Der Konigsweiller (sp?) or "Nica" for short, who was a active patron of the arts, and lasting friend of both Monk and of Bird.

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