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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
Re: Total Russophobia by bIG bLOGGER on 21 March 2010 1:48pm
You are address your remark to Spursfan,very brilliant multi-tasker senior lady but with sick husband and dangerous dog.

Spursfan live very far from Russia but think Russia is OK but very far away,and very cold in summer.

Spursfan not available to talk with you today because she off in air fresh to troll in Stafford Half-Marathon where she wear black lycra shorts and black cotton T-Shirt (all made in Russian Factory) and carry half-litre bottle-water (from Russian natural spring) and run the concrete for 13 miles--very unlucky number!! --HA HA!

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Spursfan not online for you so I give you the answer to your quest:

Igor Stravinsky - Anton Rubinstein - Dmitri Shostakovich - Sergi Rachmaninoff - Pyotr Ilych Tchaikovsky -Vladimir Ashkenazy - Modest Mussogorsky -

They have all been the brilliant Russian pianist before the century but the Hitler [some very Wicked man!!] somehow want to prefer German pianist Wilhelm Richard Wagner....so we say [here in Kazakhstan] Hitler the Wicked man,but very patriotic!!
Re: Total Russophobia by johnnythemonkey on 21 March 2010 2:48pm
The Richard Wagner was not a wicked man, he just wrote awful music.

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