October 07, 2012
18-Foot-High Gutter Ghost
From The Green Head: "If you want to spend the least amount of time decorating your home for Halloween and have the most eye-catching decoration, then this cool new Massive Gutter Hanging Ghost is perfect for you. This gigantic 18-feet-tall spooky spirit haunts your home in tattered white fabric that billows in the chilly October breeze and easily hangs from your home's second story gutters from integrated clips. It even illuminates at night using 96 built-in amber-colored solar-powered lights."
October 7, 2012 at 10:01 AM | Permalink
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Ooooh, Halloween! All Halloweenatics know that it lasts the entire month of October, so I feel okay about getting excited now. And I'm always looking for an excuse to stick pipe organ music into a comment, being the organ (!) no cracks (!!) fanatic that I am, so here we go (I would suggest: crank these WAY up)-
The Toccata movement from Leon Boellmann's "Suite Gothique" played on the breathtakingly magnificent-sounding/looking Cavaille-Coll organ of St. Sulpice at a stately tempo to wring all the goody out; Marie-Claire Alain, organist. (The Toccata starts right at 5:30 in the video; of course the whole thing is great, but if you want to cut to the chase, start there):
The exact same piece played at a little peppier tempo, on the 1895 T.C. Lewis organ of the Albion Church, Ashton-under-lyne, UK. Jonathan Scott, organist. Toccata only, so it starts right at the beginning:
Posted by: Flautist | Oct 7, 2012 4:22:12 PM
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