The following list and introduction was send to computer guru Chris this morning for inclusion into the Canadian publication of the book. The word of the day is compendium. A noun: 1) a collection of concise but detailed information about a particular subject, especially in a book or other publication.; 2) a collection of things, especially one systematically gathered: the program is a compendium of outtakes from our archives.
A copy of this book was loaned to a man who lived in a far away land and it was returned with a truly inspiring and heart warming note.
Thank you for loaning me your masterpiece.
Trust me I took good care of your book.
I caught myself enjoying reading it while have (before) a glass of white wine and listening to some music.
If I can make one suggestion , you should recommend a playlist to stress an emotion while going Through your book.
Thanks for everything.
I was touched beyond belief, thought the idea brilliant and set to work listening, emoting, it enhancing my reading and involvement. This is the playlist I compiled.
Introduction Ralph Vaughn Wiliams: Greensleeves
A Study in Blue and Grey Samuel Barber: Adagio for Strings.
Symphony in White Mozart: Eine Klieine Nachtmusik: Andante
Parting At Morning Albonioni Adagio in G Minor
Standing Female Nude Bach: Air on a G String
Sara Siddons Pacabel: Canon in D
Studland Beach Greig: Holberg Suite: Sarabande
Portrait of a Lady Mozart: Mass in C Minor, K427 “Grosse Messe” 1.
Thomas, 2nd Baron Mansel Borodin: String Quartet No.2 Nocturne
Portrait of a Lady as Shepherdess Hoist The Planets: Venus
British School Young Lady Bach: Ave Maria
Portrait of a Woman In Red What Child Is This
But to end on a note of humour. I emailed friend Jordan with the news.
Me: The list is coming along. One might have to be a fast reader to get though the reading by the time the piece concludes. Oh well, survival of the fittest. Hahahaha. I am obviously in a great mood.
She: Haha, a gast reader god you make me laugh Alexis