“Camptown Races” I presume.
Horace forgot to leave his shoes at the door….Oy
It might behoove Horace to learn how to play the piano first.
I’m not sure that “delicacy” and “horseshoes” can be used in the same sentence.
For tempo marking does his music use the usual like allegro or does it use canter, gallop, etc?
He needs bigger keys!
Let’s see … piano repair near me.
Gentle.. gentle.. is the secret.. no pounding the ivories.
I wonder what tunes he would be able to play if he can only play 4 notes simultaneously at most.
I’ve heard of ‘horse operas’ but I didn’t think the horse actually played the music……..but, this is Horace.
It’s hard to tell where each horseshoe falls on the staff.
Lots of luck, Horace.
After seeing what Horace did to the piano… the stool took off…!
Horace still refuses to lose those flexible metal “shoes” and reform them into hands as any Houyhnhnms could.
Hmm, a tune composed of nothing but footnotes.
The shoes were upside down, so all of his luck ran out. At least, that’s the way my granddad explained it to me.
He never learned to play so they told him to just hoof it
“Gonna take my horse to the old town road…”Or an old Mel Tillis song: “I got the hoss and she got the saddle…”
First instance of a horseshoe representing bad luck…
July 31, 2015