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Shakespeare once said, “If music be the food of love play on,” and if you love music, you’ll love what we have this week.  First some good news.  I’m not going to talk very much.  It’s because we’ll be listening to “Amadeus,” by Peter Shafer but before we do we’ll be looking at Mozart through some of his best music along with James Nochte from July 2, 2007.  “Amadeus,” is from 2006 and stars Paul Schofield as Salieri and Simon Callow as Mozart.  Please enjoy.  A slight word of warning.  The play does contain some language and scenes that should not be listened to by all.  My friend Scott over in Disney Indiana when he promotes the show says it like this “Keep the little ears covered,” however, this is something they too will appreciate in twenty years.  Enjoy.

 

               Brunch With The Brits can be accessed in the following ways all of which are highly encouraged and are there for your use.  We’re available at the following web sites.  http://www.r         adiooutofthepast.org  http://www.brunchwiththebrits.net  the second site is where the libsyn feed comes in.  You can listen to us in iTunes under Brunch with The Brits or through your favorite pod catcher.  We have a dynamic group on Facebook and we recommend you join for some lively discussions.  Just go to your Facebook ap or client and search “Brunch With The Brits.”  For an alternative listening experience please check out the VIP Lounge t http://www.viplounge.co.uk where we are on every Saturday morning.  To email us please send a note to brunchwiththebrits@gmail.com or to contact the show’s producer please send a note to Maria Cox at producerdirecgtormaria@gmail.com thanks so much for listening.

Matt Cox Host

Maria Cox Producer