Peanuts Begins by Charles Schulz for January 22, 2020


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    LittlePattySwanson  2 months ago


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    wiatr Premium Member 2 months ago

    I wonder whether there was a Kleine Sonata.

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    Jesy Bertz  2 months ago

    Schultz’s signature in a Germanic font is a nice touch!

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    Sonic the Hedgehog  2 months ago

    Fancy font is a key sign that you don’t belong

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    Troglodyte  2 months ago

    Must make you feel like a dom-kopf, eh, CB?!

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    Kaputnik  2 months ago

    I wonder about the technical aspect of inserting that neatly printed music into the comic in those pre-computer days. Could it have been an actual physical cut and paste, or perhaps he traced it using a light box? I assume he hand-wrote the Germanic font in the third and fourth panels, but the music would be more difficult, although I wouldn’t rule it out.

    None of that is criticism, I just find it interesting to think about how these things are done.

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    I❤️Peanuts  2 months ago

    I have long wished there were a book which would bring together all of the Peanuts strips featuring classical music, including the many “Tiny Tots” concerts, with of course all of Schroeder’s many recitals at his piano. It is obvious at a glance that Charles Schulz both loved andknew intimately this wonderful cultural treasure trove.

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    Plods with ... Premium Member 2 months ago

    “Hammer keyboard” appropriate for what normally comes out of those pianos for 3 year olds.

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    Lanin Thomasma  2 months ago

    AKA “Big Ol’ Piano Concerto”.

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    JD'Huntsville'AL  2 months ago

    Ludwig van Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No. 29 in B♭ major, Op. 106 (known as the Große Sonate für das Hammerklavier, or more simply as the Hammerklavier) is a piano sonata that is widely viewed as one of the most important works of the composer’s third period and among the greatest piano sonatas of all time. Completed in 1818, it is often considered to be Beethoven’s most technically challenging piano composition1 and one of the most demanding solo works in the classical piano repertoire. – Wikipedia

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    knight1192a  2 months ago

    Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No. 29 in B major. And yes, I looked it up.

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