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  • periwigged. Periwinkle. Periwinkle Poof. periwinkles. perjewsian. Perjewvian. perjiggery periwigged isn't defined yet. permalink: Share on. Send to a friend. your email: their. — “Urban Dictionary: periwigged”,
  • In the periwigged and opulent France of Louis XVI, an unwitting nobleman soon discovers that survival at court demands both a razor wit and an acid tongue. — “Ridicule Movie | Download And Watch Full Movies. Page”,
  • periwigged IN BRIEF: adj. - Wearing a hairpiece popular for men in the 17th and 18th centuries. is a free vocabulary and spelling. — “periwigged: Information from ”,
  • Movie-Ridicule-In the periwigged and opulent France of Louis XVI, an unwitting nobleman soon discovers that survival at court demands both a razor wit and an acid tongue. — “Movie: Ridicule - Associated Content from Yahoo!”,
  • Word: periwigged. a. wearing a wig popular for men in the 17th and 18th centuries. PROTOTYPE PAGE, Source: WordNet. — “periwigged”,
  • For fans of Bach, Handel, Purcell and all their periwigged pals, the 2007 edition of the For fans of Bach, Handel, Purcell and all their periwigged pals, the 2007 edition of the. — “A vintage year for early music”,
  • periwigged. Dictionary terms for periwigged, definition for periwigged, Thesaurus and Translations of periwigged to English, Italian, Russian, Greek, Other Russian languages, Farsi. — “periwigged in - dictionary and translation”,
  • http://www.24In the periwigged and opulent France of Louis XVI, an unwitting nobleman soon discovers that survival at court demands both a razor wit In the periwigged and opulent France of Louis XVI, an unwitting nobleman soon discovers that survival at court demands both a. — “YouTube - ‪Ridicule by Patrice Leconte - Berling\'s speech at”,
  • We found 9 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word periwigged: periwigged: LookWAYup Translating Dictionary/Thesaurus [home, info]. — “Definitions of periwigged - OneLook Dictionary Search”,
  • Definition of periwigged in the Dictionary. Meaning of periwigged. What does periwigged mean? Proper usage of the word periwigged. Information about periwigged in the dictionary, synonyms and antonyms. — “What does periwigged mean? definition and meaning (Free”,
  • Not of the princes and prelates with periwigged charioteers. Riding triumphantly laurelled to lap the fat of the years,— Rather the scorned—the rejected—the men hemmed in with the spears; The men of the tattered battalion which fights till it dies,. — “Rebirth of the Renaissance”,
  • Directed by Patrice Leconte. With Charles Berling, Jean Rochefort, Fanny Ardant, Judith Godrèche. In the periwigged and opulent France of Louis XVI, an unwitting nobleman soon discovers that survival at court demands both a razor wit and an. — “Ridicule (1996) - IMDb”,
  • Definition of word from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games. — “Periwigged - Definition and More from the Free Merriam”, merriam-
  • Periwigged definition at , a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!. — “Periwigged | Define Periwigged at ”,
  • A rhyming dictionary, thesaurus, spell checker, and word finding tool for poets, writers, musicians, and language enthusiasts. Definitions of periwigged: adjective: wearing a wig popular for men in the 17th and 18th centuries. Related. — “RhymeZone: periwigged”,
  • Spelling words for periwigged from Cambridge Dictionaries Online, the free English dictionary, thesaurus and word of the day from Cambridge University Press. — “periwigged - Spelling of periwigged from Cambridge Dictionary”,
  • True-blue Elihu, We named Yaleafter you Soon as you came through upon ahandsome scale.What a lot of light and verity He bequeathed to all posterity! . . .—Yale songThe life that plump, periwigged. — “Education: The Nabob - TIME”,
  • Definition of periwigged in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of periwigged. Pronunciation of periwigged. Translations of periwigged. periwigged synonyms, periwigged antonyms. Information about periwigged in the free online English dictionary and. — “periwigged - definition of periwigged by the Free Online”,
  • In their reserve they attitudinize periwigged to the walk-up mammas, superlunaring puzzled platycteneas or In their reserve they attitudinize periwigged to the walk-up mammas, superlunaring. — “hi5 - Groups - permeable paversusoc - PERSONAL COOLING SYSTEM”, hi5.com
  • Words contain the term `wi` in English - English Dict (Wordnet) periwigged. prizewinning. quick-witted. renewing. right-wing. scarecrowish. schoolwide. self-renewing. self-willed. self-winding. semi-wild. short-winded. short-winged. shrewish. — “Words contain the term `wi` in English - English Dict (Wordnet)”,
  • Vienna has long had an image locked in the past - all periwigged waltzers, chocolate torte and baroque buildings. But the city's tourist authorities are hoping to bring perceptions of the city into the 21st century with the opening of the. — “Vienna hopes to update image with new culture complex - News”,

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  • the periwigged portraits and serenely classical landscapes improved from Nature Jones little Neapolitan cityscapes leapt off the wall with their bright simplicity and deep calm Jones 1742 1803 came from a landowning family in Radnorshire Wales As a second son a career in the clergy was expected of him but feeling art to be his true vocation he rebelled He

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  • Hamlet's Advice to the Players (Paul Scofield, 1963) "Speak the speech, I pray you, as I pronounced it to you." Paul Scofield, directed by Howard Sackler (1963) on Caedmon Records. Does this Hamlet follow his own advice? (You judge: not all of them do.) And how much credit/blame should the director get? Not available on CD, but you can get it on tape here: or buy his Lear here: Read along: shakespeare.mit.edu Compare other attempts: Simon Russell Beale (1999, audio): Kenneth Branagh (1992, audio): Johnston Forbes-Robertson (1930s, audio): Joan Hansen: Harry E. Humphrey (1919, audio): Kevin Klein (partial, with commentary): Anton Lesser (1996, audio): Marlowe Society (1961, audio): Lawrence Olivier (1948, film): Michael Sheen (1999, audio): David Tenant (2009, film): Speak the speech, I pray you, as I pronounced it to you, trippingly on the tongue: but if you mouth it, as many of your players do, I had as lief the town-crier spoke my lines. Nor do not saw the air too much with your hand, thus, but use all gently; for in the very torrent, tempest, and, as I may say, the whirlwind of passion, you must acquire and beget a temperance that may give it smoothness. O, it offends me to the soul to hear a robustious periwig-pated fellow tear a passion to tatters, to very rags, to split the ears of the groundlings, who for the most ...
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  • Rudimentary Peni - Periwig Power. Cacophony is the second Lp of this mythic anarcho punk band fron England recorded in 1987
  • happy birthday to my Wife! Happy Birthday artist: Sufjan Stevens Like the lantern on a tree Your burden bright as weary be. Periwig on parakeet, You're God's great paramour and sweet. I'm happy, I'm happy Your birthday brings a pardoning. I'm happy, I'm happy You're like a bird that will not be. Yours will number, yours will be A paragon a Paraclete. Keep your bed warm, keep your humor, Keep your proverbs short and sweet. I'm sorry, I'm sorry That life is anxious, life is mean. I'm sorry, I'm sorry A pair of shoes is what you need. I'm happy, I'm happy Your birthday brings a pardoning. I'm happy, I'm happy You're like a bird that will not be. Shot by the Canon Kiss f/1000d 18-55 lens kit EOS Camera Movie Record
  • Hamlet's Advice to the Players (Kenneth Branagh, 1992) "Speak the speech, I pray you, as I pronounced it to you." Kenneth Branagh (1992). Does this Hamlet follow his own advice? (You judge: not all of them do.) And in this particular case the star and the director are the same, so all the blame and all the praise go to the same man. Available here: Read along: shakespeare.mit.edu Compare other attempts: Simon Russell Beale (1999, audio): Kenneth Branagh (1992, audio): Johnston Forbes-Robertson (1930s, audio): Joan Hansen: Harry E. Humphrey (1919, audio): Kevin Klein (partial, with commentary): Anton Lesser (1996, audio): Marlowe Society (1961, audio): Lawrence Olivier (1948, film): Paul Scofield (1963, audio): Michael Sheen (1999, audio): David Tenant (2009, film): Speak the speech, I pray you, as I pronounced it to you, trippingly on the tongue: but if you mouth it, as many of your players do, I had as lief the town-crier spoke my lines. Nor do not saw the air too much with your hand, thus, but use all gently; for in the very torrent, tempest, and, as I may say, the whirlwind of passion, you must acquire and beget a temperance that may give it smoothness. O, it offends me to the soul to hear a robustious periwig-pated fellow tear a passion to tatters, to very rags, to split the ears of the groundlings, who for the most ...
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  • Ridicule by Patrice Leconte - Berling\'s speech at mask ball www.24 In the periwigged and opulent France of Louis XVI, an unwitting nobleman soon discovers that survival at court demands both a razor wit and an acid tongue.
  • The Periwig 231110.mov The Periwig, Tune # 14 for Nigel Gatherer's Tune Of The Week played on a Paul Shippey 10 String Mandolin.
  • Tom Wilson Medley, Simon Fraser University Pipe Band "Affirmation" Concert. Tom Wilson, Mrs. Sharon Duthart, The Hag at the Churn, Scatter the Mud, Our Ain Fireside, MacBeth's Stratspey, T. Bowen Reel, The Periwig, Back to the Moon. Simon Fraser University Pipe Band "Affirmation" Concert, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, August 12, 2009.
  • Strathclyde Police - World Pipe Band Championships 2009 Strathclyde Police Pipe Band play their medley in the Grade One Competition at the World Pipe Band Championships held on 15 August 2009 on Glasgow Green. Tunes played are: Shamu's Walkabout Bridge to Jig Miss Campbell of Sheerness The 98 Jig He Mandu Classical Bob Miss Drummond of Perth The Fiddler He Mandu Traditional Reel The Periwig Reel The Periwig Waltz He Mandu Reel In 2009 Strathclyde Police Pipe band was fourth in all five major Grade 1 championships - Scottish, British, European, World and the Cowal. The band is playing under Pipe Major Don Bradford and Drum Sergeant Eric Ward.
  • Sufjan Stevens - Happy Birthday + LYRICS Sufjan Stevens - A Sun Came (2000) Sufjan Stevens - A Sun Came : 1. We Are What You Say 5:20 2. A Winner Needs a Wand 5:44 3. Rake 2:48 4. Siamese Twins 0:15 5. Demetrius 6:01 6. Dumb I Sound 5:49 7. Wordsworth's Ridge (for Fran Fike) 4:54 8. Belly Button 0:09 9. Rice Pudding 2:24 10. A Loverless Bed (Without Remission) 6:17 11. Godzukie 0:36 12. Super***yWoman 2:42 13. The Oracle Said Wander 5:39 14. Happy Birthday 2:45 15. Jason 6:10 16. Kill 4:26 17. Ya Leil 5:38 18. A Sun Came 2:11 19. Satan's Saxophones 2:31 Reissue bonus tracks (2004) : 20. Joy! Joy! Joy! 3:23 21. You Are the Rake 3:02 Like the lantern on a tree Your burden bright as weary be Periwig on parakeet You're God's great paramour and sweet I'm happy, I'm happy Your birthday brings a pardoning I'm happy, I'm happy You're like a bird that will not be Yours will number, yours will be A paragon, a Paraclete Keep your bed warm, keep your humor Keep your proverbs short and sweet I'm sorry, I'm sorry That life is anxious, life is mean I'm sorry, I'm sorry A pair of shoes is what you need I'm happy, I'm happy Your birthday brings a pardoning I'm happy, I'm happy You're like a bird that will not be
  • Edwin Pole Dancing Edwin Timewell Pole Dancing at the Periwig... Wastedddd!
  • "Happy Birthday" by Sufjan Stevens Track 14 from Sufjan Stevens 2000 album "A Sun Came" Like the lantern on a tree Your burden bright as weary be Periwig on parakeet You're God's great paramour and sweet I'm happy, I'm happy Your birthday brings a pardoning I'm happy, I'm happy You're like a bird that will not be Yours will number, yours will be A paragon, a Paraclete Keep your bed warm, keep your humor Keep your proverbs short and sweet I'm sorry, I'm sorry That life is anxious, life is mean I'm sorry, I'm sorry A pair of shoes is what you need I'm happy, I'm happy Your birthday brings a pardoning I'm happy, I'm happy You're like a bird that will not be
  • Dancing in the periwig! Hahhah kerry and jess and me dancing on second floor lol
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  • Happenings at the Periwig ;/
  • "John Gilpin" by William Cowper (poetry reading) Published in 1765, this poem saved William Cowper's bacon and brought him fame. It's his mosty famous work. I was about 7 years old when my grandfather read it to me. A "train-band" was a band of trained men, an volunteer military group - not musicians. A Calender probably was in the business of pressing linen between rollers to make it flat and glossy - there are other possibilities but considering Gilpin's own business as a linen draper... Incidentally linen did literally mean linen. This was pre-industrial revolution and cotton wasn't spun by machinery until 1730. Most "linen" is now cotton. The "linen department" in most stores is unlikely to have any linen at all. Linen sheets are crisp and wonderful and they last longer than a lifetime. A "chaise and pair" was a small coach with two horses. It was usual for middle class men to wear a periwig - a custom probably designed to protect the feelings of those men who could not grow hair - and perhaps more specifically Charles II who came to the throne in 1650. "Post" meant to travel - as in Milton "to Post o'er Land and Ocean without rest". Royal letters were carried by the Royal Post, but Charles II made it legal for individuals to make a business of carrying letters. Half-a-crown was an eighth part of a pound sterling, worth thirty pence. That would have been three day's wages for a postboy - maybe more. An archived, illustrated copy of the book is here: The various ...
  • City of Amsterdam Pipeband - Gr. 2 @ Rilland 2010 Here again is the City of Amsterdam Pipeband at the Miniband competitions in Rilland-Bath, on Saturday March 27 2010, performing their Grade 2 set: Mr. Jack New Year in Noosa The unknown air Mac an Irish Susan McLeod Sound of Sleath (part 1 and 2) The Periwig Sound of Sleath (part 3 and 4)
  • PRIDE Seven Deadly Sins series from Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe (1564-1593) Act II, Sc 2 I am Pride. I disdain to have any parents. I am like to Ovid's flea, I can creep into every corner of a wench: sometimes, like a periwig I sit upon her brow; next, like a necklace I hang about her neck; then, like a fan of feathers I kiss her; and then, turning myself into a wrought smock, do what I list - But fie, what a smell is here. I'll not speak a word more for a king's ransom unless the ground be perfumed and covered with cloth of arras.
  • JJCMPB - Mini Medley James J Coyne Memorial Pipe Band's mini medley played on the practice chanter by Ian Werner, Fresno, California. Tunes: "24th Guards Brig at Anzio" , "Girl from Dungannon" , "The Lintie" , "Duncan Millar" , "The Periwig" & "The Drunken Landlady"
  • How It's Made-Wigs Today they will show you how Wigs are made!!! A wig is a head of hair made from horse-hair, human hair, wool, feathers, buffalo hair, or synthetic, worn on the head for fashion or various other aesthetic and stylistic reasons, including cultural and religious observance. The word wig is short for periwig and first appeared in the English language around 1675. Some people wear wigs to disguise the fact that they are bald. Actors, on the other hand often wear costume wigs in order to better portray the character they are playing. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE!!!!
  • The Brays at the Periwig, 10May09 (3) The Brays at the Periwig, Stamford 10 May 2009 (3 of 3)
  • A mellifluous oddysey. The rock opera begins! If your definition for nigger is stable, if it won't ever change: then it is Augean's Stable, not the stability of honor and love. In order to attenuate and then abrogate nigger a trial is held in "civil" court which leads to such incredible contempt of court that a death penalty is served and a name-change petitioner is eaten alive by jury and executioner: the Gourmendacious. Extraño, maybe, but ultimately manumission results! Well, bon voyage anyway, eh? An adumbrate for the Judge's soliloquy in my proposed rock opera: Your myrmidons are my nemeses: time for accusations in extremities! Introductions are in order, so Oyez, mother***s. I anticipate antipathies so your usufruct is condemned. Good luck, young bucks, good lucks. Prestigiously necrotic: My forms are all collated. My favorite poison: a gas: quite highly decorated! A Lone Star, and in a State, I'm paid great to hate. Prestygianously magnificent, I'm munificent and magnanimous! I kill for the people: death penalties make us equal. My charity is philanthroponecrotious: for the precocious and atrocious. Fairly big and periwigged I batter you away. Fatter than the largest who manage to stay. The weight of the gavel will unravel your skin. The accused, the accursed: all fractious compacted sin! The few other stanzas I wrote today are in the comments.
  • KYLIÁN4KIDS2 Introdans Ensemble for Youth promo Four pearls by master choreographer Jirí Kylián in one fascinating programme for youth and adults. It was in 2006 that Introdans Ensemble for Youth first presented a complete programme with works by the choreographer Jirí Kylián. This show was singled out by the VSCD Youth Theatre and Concert Jury to receive the prestigious 'Zilveren Krekel' (Silver Cricket) for the most impressive production. KYLIÁN4KIDS played to full houses in the Netherlands and abroad. Jewels from the history of Dutch dance art are polished up and presented for your pleasure: the fascinating, rhythmic Stamping Ground, the wonderfully lyrical Evening Songs and the hilarious surrealistic Sechs Tänze. The enthusiastic and high-energy ensemble of dancers is also performing Indigo rose for the first time, in an incredible stage design. Sit back and enjoy superb dance for young (6+) and older! Each of the works had something different to offer, be it humour, beautiful movement or shiny black hotpants. With its plethora of undulating bodies, Stamping Ground was the undisputed hit with children at the matinee, while the periwigged, powder-faced wit of Sechs Tänze was the highlight of the evening family show. (**** THE SCOTMAN)
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  • The Periwig-Maker - Kenneth Branagh - HD Clip from the Oscar-nominated dark and evocative animated tale set in 17th-century London, narrated by Kenneth Branagh, from texts extracted from Daniel Defoe's A Journal of the Plague Year.
  • Old Sir Faulk (W. Walton - Three Songs from Facade) Anna-Louise Costello (Soprano) Soprano: Anna-Louise Costello Piano: Hester Crombie Song: Old Sir Faulk Composer: William Walton Text: Edith Sitwell Text: Old Sir Faulk Tall as a stork, Before the honeyed fruits of dawn were ripe, would walk, And stalk with a gun The reynard-coloured sun, Among the pheasant-feathered corn the unicorn has torn, Forlorn the smock-faced sheep sit and sleep; Periwigged as William and Mary, weep... 'Sally, Mary, Mattie, what's the matter, why cry?' The huntsman and the reynard-coloured sun and I sigh, Oh, the nursery-maid Meg With a leg like a peg Chased the feathered dreams like hens, And when they laid an egg in the sheepskin meadows where, The serene King James would steer, Horse and hounds, then he From the shade of a tree Picked it up as spoil to boil for nursery tea', said the mourners. In the corn, towers strain, feathered tall as a crane, And whistling down the feathered rain, old Noah goes again An old dull mome with a head like a pome, Seeing the world as a bare egg, Laid by the feathered air, Meg would beg three of these for the nursery teas of Japhet, Shem and Ham, She gave it underneath the trees, where the boiling water hissed Like the goose-king's feathered daughter kissed, Pot and pan and copper kettle Put upon their proper mettle, Lest the Flood begin again through these!
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  • "Old Sir Faulk" - Kiri Te Kanawa & Richard Amner William Walton / Edith Sitwell's... Old Sir Faulk, Tall as a stork, Before the honeyed fruits of dawn were ripe, would walk, And stalk with a gun The reynard-coloured sun, Among the pheasant-feathered corn the unicorn has torn, forlorn the Smock-faced sheep Sit And Sleep Periwigged as William and Mary, weep Sally, Mary, Mattie, whats the matter, why cry? The huntsman and the reynard-coloured sun and I sigh; Oh, the nursery-maid Meg With a leg like a peg Chased the feathered dreams like hens, and when they laid an egg In the sheepskin Meadow Where The serene King James would steer Horse and hounds, then he From the shade of a tree Picked it up as spoil to boil for nursery tea, said the mourners. In the Corn, towers strain, Feathered tall as a crane, And whistling down the feathered rain, old Noah goes again An old dull mome With a head like a pome, Seeing the world as a bare egg, Laid by the feathered air; Meg Would beg three of these For the nursery teas Of Japhet, Shem, and Ham; she gave it Underneath the trees, Where the boiling Water Hissed, Like the goose-kings feathered daughter kissed, Pot and pan and copper kettle Put upon their proper mettle, Lest the Flood the Flood the Flood begin again through these! !!!
  • Old Sir Faulk (Three Songs) Walton and Sitwell Old Sir Faulk Old Sir Faulk, Tall as a stork, Before the honeyed fruits of dawn were ripe, would walk And stalk with a gun The reynard-colored sun Among the pheasant-feathered corn the unicorn has torn, forlorn the Smock-faced sheep Sit And Sleep, Periwigged as William and Mary, weep... 'Sally, Mary, Mattie, what's the matter, why cry?' The huntsman and the reynard-colored sun and I sigh 'Oh, the nursery-maid Meg With a leg like a peg Chased the feathered dreams like hens, and when they laid an egg In the sheepskin Meadows Where The serene King James would steer Horse and hounds, then he From the shade of a tree Picked it up as spoil to boil 'for nursery tea' said the mourners. In the Corn, towers strain Feathered tall as a crane, And whistling down the feathered rain, old Noah goes again-- An old dull mome With a head like a pome, Seeing the world as a bare egg Laid by the feathered air: Meg Would be three of these For the nursery teas Of Japhet, Shem and Ham; she gave it Underneath the trees, Where the boiling Water Hissed Like the goose-king's feathered daughter--kissed Pot and pan and copper kettle Put upon their proper mettle Lest the flood begin again through these!
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  • The Periwig-Maker (Part 2) The Periwig-Maker tells the story of a man who seals himself off in Medieval plague-infested London to escape the danger of infection. "Besides its story about the plague and how every epidemic changes people's behavior, The Periwig-Maker asks some philosophical questions. It deals with the problem of responsibility for other people and for yourself: can you do wrong, when you do nothing... a very German question indeed. It also represents two different ways of living by the little girl and the wig maker: you can risk your life and live before you die, or you can prevent yourself from risking anything and live the life of a dead person. Keeping that in mind, the film has a positive twist at the end." -- Steffen Schäeffler Year of Release: 1999 Production: Ideal Standard Film Script, Design and Animation: Steffen Schäeffler Producer: Annette Schäeffler Other Contributors: Kenneth Branagh (narrator), Chris Heyne (composer), Philip Dale (animator), Stefan Busch (sound designer), Carlos Gangrel (character designer) and Mackinnon & Saunders Limited (puppets).
  • Old Sir Faulk Three Songs, for voice and piano(arranged from Façade) III. Fox trot - Old Sir Faulk Old Sir Faulk, Tall as a stork, Before the honeyed fruits of dawn were ripe, would walk, And stalk with a gun The reynard-coloured sun, Among the pheasant-feathered corn the unicorn has torn, forlorn the Smock-faced sheep Sit and sleep; Periwigged as William and Mary, weep... "Sally, Mary, Mattie, what's the matter, why cry?" The huntsman and the reynard- coloured sun and I sigh; "Oh, the nursery-maid Meg With a leg like a peg Chased the feathered dreams like hens, And when they laid an egg In the sheepskin Meadows Where The serene King James would steer Horse and hounds, then he From the shade of a tree Picked it up as spoil to boil for nursery tea", said the mourners. In the Corn, towers strain, Feathered tall as a crane, And whistling down the feathered rain, Old Noah goes again - An old dull mome With a head like a pome, Seeing the world as a bare egg, Laid by the feathered air: Meg Would beg three of these For the nursery teas Of Japhet, Shem and Ham, she gave it Underneath the trees, Where the boiling Water, Hissed, Like the goose-king's feathered daughter-kissed, Pot and pan and copper kettle Put upon their proper mettle, Lest the Flood - the Flood - The Flood begin again through these!
  • Mila Vilotijevic in "Old Sir Faulk" of W. Walton "Old Sir Faulk" Music by William Walton (1902 - 1983) from the Façade Settings, text by Edith Sitwell (1887-1964). Mila Vilotijevic, soprano, accompained at piano by James Vaughan. Old Sir Faulk, Tall as a stork, Before the honeyed fruits of dawn were ripe, Would walk and stalk with a gun The reynard-coloured sun, Among the pheasant-feathered corn The unicorn has torn, Forlorn the Smock-faced sheep Sit and sleep; Periwigged as William and Mary, weep... 'Sally, Mary, Mattie, what's the matter, why cry?' The huntsman and the reynard-coloured sun and I sigh 'Oh, the nursery-maid Meg With a leg like a peg Chased the feathered dreams like hens, And when they laid an egg In the sheepskin Meadows Where, The serene King James would steer, Horse and hounds, then he From the shade of a tree Picked it up as spoil to boil for nursery tea', Said the mourners. In the Corn, towers strain, Feathered tall as a crane, And whistling down the feathered rain, Old Noah goes again - An old dull mome With a head like a pome, Seeing the world as a bare egg, Laid by the feathered air: Meg Would beg three of these For the nursery teas Of Japhet, Shem and Ham, she gave it Underneath the trees, Where the boiling Water, Hissed, Like the goose-king's feathered daughter Kissed, Pot and pan and copper kettle Put upon their proper mettle, Lest the Flood - the Flood - The Flood begin again through these!
  • HairTodayGoneTomorrow.avi Aaron Ridout took 2 years growing hair to 12 inches, Vlad took 10 minutes to shave it off, to donate to charity Periwig to make a wig for cancer patients. Raised money for Systic Fibrosis - over £200
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  • Lully - Louis XIV Le Grand 'Not only were great things done in his reign but he did them himself'. - Voltaire 'He had his faults, the sun has its sunspots But it still remains the sun.' - From the verses of pere de la Rue 'Physically he was magnificent, with his great height, clear-cut features, and grand air. The portraits of him in his youth with his own hair waving over his shoulders have a boyish charm which departed when periwig and pomposity came on the scene. He excelled in all outdoor sports and indoor accomplishments, danced well, fenced well, rode well, shot well, sang deliciously, played the guitar like a professional and managed the four horses of his caleche with consummate skill. In fine, a paragon -- "the most magnificent specimen of the Royal Creature", as he has recently been described.' - Maud Cruttwell One may not warm to Louis XIV, one may even detest him. But it is difficult not to respect, with his grandeur and his weakness, his glory and his mistakes, the king whom the German-born Protestant Leibniz described as 'one of the greatest kings who ever lived.' - Francois Bluche Scenes from the movie Le Roi Danse.
  • Fun on the practice chanter I was just messing around with my practice chanter and decided to get a camera to record it. The tunes you hear are 'The Periwig' followed by 'The reel of Sgt. E. McDonald'.
  • The Periwig-Maker (Part 1) The Periwig-Maker tells the story of a man who seals himself off in medieval plague-infested London to escape the danger of infection. "Besides its story about the plague and how every epidemic changes people's behavior, The Periwig-Maker asks some philosophical questions. It deals with the problem of responsibility for other people and for yourself: can you do wrong, when you do nothing... a very German question indeed. It also represents two different ways of living by the little girl and the wig maker: you can risk your life and live before you die, or you can prevent yourself from risking anything and live the life of a dead person. Keeping that in mind, the film has a positive twist at the end." -- Steffen Schäeffler Year of Release: 1999 Production: Ideal Standard Film Script, Design and Animation: Steffen Schäeffler Producer: Annette Schäeffler Other Contributors: Kenneth Branagh (narrator), Chris Heyne (composer), Philip Dale (animator), Stefan Busch (sound designer), Carlos Gangrel (character designer) and Mackinnon & Saunders Limited (puppets).
  • Periwig Maker Periwig Maker is a short claymation film, 15 minutes, released in 1999 and based on the novel, A Journal of the Plague Year, written by Daniel Defoe. The film was produced by Ideal Standard film, directed by Steffen Schäffler and narrated by Kenneth Branagh. The short film utilizes several characteristics of the Gothic style. It includes the physical terror that the Periwig Maker experiences as he shuts himself in his house in order to prevent contracting the plague, while also the psychological terror of observing the sickness and death through his window and being unable to aide the victims and secure his own health. The mystery of the cause of the spread of the plague pervades the short film, the periwig maker rhetorically records in his journal his speculations of the cause but is never able discover the answer. The young orphan, another common component of the Gothic, takes center stage of the story when we see her mother's corpse being carried away and her subsequent death inducing contraction of the plague. The supernatural is incorporated into the story with the apparition of the young redhead, it remains unclear if this is a construct of his psyche or an actual occurrence. Death dominates and lingers not only with the plague victims but also in the air that transmits the illness and then finally in the wigs that contain the hair of the deceased. Though the Periwig maker has escaped the clutches of the plague, the last scene of him wearing the red-haired wig ...
  • The Periwig Maker Malcolm Hadley Cameraman Steffan Schaffler Director Annette Schaffler Producer Narration Kenneth Branagh An animated adaptation of Daniel Defoe's 'Journal of the Plague Year'. Oscar Nominated for Best Animated short film.

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