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The Lost Chord

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  1. Kejinn says:
    I lost the chord a catatstrophe I'm gonna sit down on the keyboard of this piano until the chord is return (sits down bum plays the right chord) That's it the lost chord!
  2. Malataur says:
    That one lost chord divine, Which came from the soul of the organ, And entered into mine. 4. It may be that death’s bright angel Will speak in that chord again; It may be that only in Heav’n I shall hear that great Amen. It may be that death’s bright angel Will speak in that chord again; It may be that only in Heav’n I shall hear that.
  3. Dairn says:
    About “The Lost Chord” 1 contributor A wildly popular composition in its time, this song is a setting of an poem by Adelaide Anne Procter and was composed in while the composer was.
  4. Kazishakar says:
    The Lost Chord: Moody Blues Tribute Band - The Actor ( @ Isis Music Hall, Asheville, NC).
  5. Moogutilar says:
    Lost Chord' as nothing else was in the can at the time. The two songs from 'Carte D'or' I hadn't seen before and are both excellent, strongly played versions with Ray 'fronting' the band for a change (rather odd set up with the young bored looking ladies sat around them though!)/5(44).
  6. Shahn says:
    The lost chord The lost chord McCormack, John, performing. Victor Matrix/Take: C/1. Contributor: McCormack, John - Sullivan, Arthur - Pasternack, Josef - .
  7. Tozragore says:
    Lost Chord Guitars. likes. Part music venue, part art gallery, and part magic, this brainchild of musician Chris Pelonis brings a new creative presence to downtown Solvang.
  8. Mumuro says:
    The Lost Chord is attempting to distill these principles into a believable work of fiction, and demonstrate their practical application. Regrettably, Goldman's novel fails to do so, and fails to stand up as a work of fiction. The writing and storytelling are not up to acceptable standards, and to the ideals behind the book/5(5).
  9. Voodoonris says:
    The Lost Chord. Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; words by Adelaide Anne Proctor Song Lyrics. Seated one day at the organ, I was weary and ill at ease, And my fingers wander'd idly over the noisy keys; I knew not what I was playing, or what I was dreaming then, But I struck one chord of .

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