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By Charles Schulz
Jan 10, 1955
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Charlie Brown and Schroeder are in the living-room.  Charlie Brown is reading a book to Schroeder.  He reads, "It says here that Beethoven wrote ten violin sonatas, thirty-two piano sonatas..."(BR) (BR) Schroeder sits at his piano as Charlie Brown continues, "One horn sonata, five string trios, sixteen string quartets, nine symphonies.."(BR) (BR) He continues, "Five piano concertos, and one violin concerto..."  Schroeder walks over to him and says, "See? What did I tell you?"(BR) (BR) He concludes, "No Mambos!"(BR) (BR)
Jan 12, 1955
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