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jennifer steinfeldt  warren

May 3, 2005 at 3:23 PM

Waking up for the second time today. The first was spent in crazy traffic and government office lines. This is much more pleasant. Rolling over and squishing the kitty, pulling the cover around me, my husband's music filtering into the room, a cup of cold coffee...
I spent the weekend surrounded by pets, kids, family, and nature. It was very complete. I took my violin. Yesterday I recorded myself practicing, which was fun because my husband figured out why my mic has been receiving a lot of static and background hiss since we moved. Had to do with the massive clump of chords from stuff wrapped around the mic was colourful, but anyway.
Today I hope to get even more done.
My grandfather let me go through all of the photographs and take what I wanted. It was a nostalgic experience that took hours of sitting on the floor surrounded by pictures. I found some great ones of violin playing. I went through a stage where I liked to dress in um, "theme". Like, for school and all the time. So...playing the violin in cowboy hats and the like. Plus, I watch my violin technique change through time. And how much I remain the same. And then there were the pictures of other things. Like one time he gave us all harmonicas. So we are all sitting there playing our harmonica. There are six of us and I'm the oldest...I was about 13. It's the cutest thing.
Well. I'm going to go wash the sleepy gum out of my eyes and start my day. I can't wait!
From sean rryy
Posted on May 4, 2005 at 1:42 AM
panartist announces acquisition of Russian & Hungarian Missing Classics
pan artist Networks, Ltd.( 02/28/2005 )

panartist announced that it has acquired The Missing Classics, a whole
collection of classical Russian and Eastern Master pieces that disappeared
between The II World war and Iron Curtain periods. The catalogue consists of
1200 discs and 200 DVD's of exclusive music and film footage performed by
composers like Stravinsky, Shostackovic and Prokoviev. This distribution of
important, hard-to-find, Classics and other high quality Classical music

Mei F. Wu, General Director, President of panartist Networks , said, "We are
delighted with the acquisition of this collection and providing true quality
music is crucial to the numerous labels and Indie artists that panartist
represents. is already a leader in securing and offering
customers a wide-range of music titles to satisfy the demand for good
quality music. We will also try to release our catalogue across American
shops, schools and libraries next month."

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