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Gioachino Rossini

February 29, 1792 - November 13, 1868
born in Pesaro, Italy, composed during the Romantic period
Gioachino Rossini's parents were both working musicians. His father played the horn and taught at the prestigious Accademia Filharmonica in Bologna, and his mother, although not formally trained, was a soprano. Rossini was taught and encouraged at home until he eventually enrolled at the Liceo Musicale in Bologna. After graduation from that institution, the young musician was commissioned by the Venetian Teatro San Moise to compose La cambiale di matrimonio, a comedy in one act. In 1812, Rossini wrote La pietra del paragone, for La Scala theater in Milan and was already, at the tender age of 20, Italy's most prominent composer.

In 1815, Rossini accepted a contract to work for the theaters in Naples, where he would remain until 1822, composing prolifically in comfort. He composed 19 operas during this tenure, focusing his attention on opera seria and creating one of his most famous serious works, Otello, for the Teatro San Carlos. While he served in this capacity, Rossini met and courted Isabella Colbran, a local soprano whom he would eventually marry. Other cities, too, clamored for Rossini's works, and it was for Roman audiences that he composed the sparkling comedies Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville, 1816) and La cenerentola (Cinderella, 1817).

In 1822, Rossini left Naples and embarked on a European tour. The Italian musician was received enthusiastically to say the least, and enjoyed fame and acclaim everywhere. Even Beethoven, at the opposite stylistic pole in the musical scene of the day, praised him. The following year, Rossini was commissioned to write Semiramide, a serious opera, for La Fenice, a theater in Venice. This work was less successful in its own day than some of his previous efforts, but spawned several arias that remain part of any vocalist's songbook. In 1824, Rossini traveled, via London, to Paris where he would live for five years and serve as the music director at the Théâtre Italien from 1824 to 1826. The composer gained commissions from other opera houses in France, including the Paris Opéra. Rossini composed his final opera, Guillaume Tell (1829), before retiring from composition in that genre at the age of 37. Its overture is not only a concert favorite but an unmistakable reflection and continuation of Beethoven's heroic ideal. The catalog of work Rossini had written at the time of his retirement included 32 operas, two symphonies, numerous cantatas, and a handful of oratorios and chamber music pieces. After moving back to Italy, Rossini became a widower in 1845. His marriage to Isabella Colbran had not been particularly happy, and shortly after her death, the composer married Olympe Pelissier, a woman who had been his mistress.

In 1855, Rossini, along with his new bride, moved once again, this time settling in Passy, a suburb of Paris. He spent the remaining years of his life writing sacred music as well as delectable miniatures for both piano and voice (some of which he called "sins of my old age"). He was revered from the time he was a teenager until his death. Rossini was buried in Paris' Père Lachaise cemetery in proximity to the graves of Vincenzo Bellini, Luigi Cherubini, and Frédéric Chopin. In 1887, Rossini's grave was transferred from Paris to Santa Croce, in Florence, in a ceremony attended by more than 6,000 admirers.

Rossini's chief legacy remains his extraordinary contribution to the operatic repertoire. His comedic masterpieces, including L'Italiana in Algeri, La gazza ladra, and perhaps his most famous work, Il barbiere di Siviglia, are regarded as cornerstones of the genre along with works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Giuseppe Verdi. ~ David Brensilver, Rovi
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Cecilia Bartoli - Rossini recital ~ 19 songs & Cantata: Giovanna d'Arco

Title: La Pastorella Dell' Alpi ("Son Bella Pastorella"), Song For Voice & Piano (Soirées Musicales)
Title: Beltà Crudele ("Amori Scendete Propizi Al Mio Core"), For Voice & Piano
Title: Il Trovatore ("Chi M'ascolta Il Canto Usato"), For Voice & Piano
Title: La Regata Veneziana, Songs (3) In Venetian Dialect For Voice & Piano (Péchés De Vieillesse, Book 1)
Title: Mi Lagnerò Tacendo, Settings And Album Leaves For Voice & Piano
Title: Il Risentimento ("Mi Lagnerò Tacendo"), For Voice & Piano
Title: Pompadour, La Grande Coquette ("La Perle Des Coquettes"), For Voice & Piano (Péchés De Vieillesse, Book 2)
Title: Ariette À L'ancienne ("Que Le Jour Me Dure"), For Voice & Piano (Péchés De Vieillesse, Book 3), QR V/69
Title: L'orpheline Du Tyrol ("Seule, Une Pauvre Enfant"), For Voice & Piano (Péchés De Vieillesse, Book 2), QR V/31
Title: La Légende De Marguerite, For Voice & Piano (anon. Arr. From La Cenerentola, "Una Volta C'era Un Re")
Title: Nizza ("Nizza, Je Puis Sans Peine"), For Voice & Piano
Title: L'âme Délaissée (L'abbandonata) ("Mon Bien Aimé"), For Voice & Piano
Title: Canzonetta Spagnuola ("En Medio A Mis Dolores"), For Voice & Piano
Title: Giovanna D'Arco, Cantata, For Voice & Piano (Péchés De Vieillesse, Book 11), QR Xi/1
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Track List: Rossini - Il Turco in Italia / Bartoli, Corbelli, Pertusi, Vargas, Teatro alla Scala, Chailly

Disc 1
Title: Il Turco In Italia (The Turk In Italy), Opera
Disc 2
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Track List: Rossini - Il barbiere di Siviglia / Nucci, Bartoli, Matteuzzi, Fissore, Bruchuladze, Patanè

Disc 1
Title: Il Barbière Di Siviglia (The Barber Of Seville), Opera
Disc 2
Disc 3
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Track List: Rossini - Il viaggio a Reims / Ricciarelli, Valentini-Terrani, Cuberli, Gasdia, Araiza, E. Gimenez, Nucci, Raimondi, Ramey, Dara; Abbado

Disc 1
Title: Il Viaggio A Reims, Opera
Disc 2
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Track List: Rossini: Complete Piano Music, Vol. 6

Title: Péchés De Vieillesse, Book 4 (Quatre Hors D’oeuvres Et Quatre Mendiants)
Title: Péchés De Vieillesse, Book 10 (Miscellanée Pour Piano)
Title: Péchés De Vieillesse, Book 6 (Album Pour Les Enfants Dégourdis)
Title: Péchés De Vieillesse, Book 14 (Other Peches De Vieillesse)
Title: Waltz For Piano In E Flat Major

17. Waltz For Piano In E Flat Major: Waltz In E Flat Major

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Track List: Rossini: Ermione

Disc 1
Title: Ermione, Opera

1. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Sinfonia

2. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Troia! Qual Fosti Un Di!

3. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Mia Delizia

4. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Io Ti Perdei!

5. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. All'ombra Del Tuo Sposo

6. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Dall'oriente

7. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. A Tante Cure, O Amiche

8. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Non Proseguir! Comprendo

9. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Ah! M'odi Gia L'ingrato!

10. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Sul Lido, Di Agamennone

11. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Venga Il Greco Orator

12. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Reggia Abborrita!

13. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Che Fia Di Te, Se Tal Mollezza A Pirro

14. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Marcia

15. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Mi Guarda, E Impallidisce!

16. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Balena In Man Del Figlio

17. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Deh Serena I Mesti Rai

18. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Non Pavento

19. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Periglioso E Il Restar

Disc 2

1. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. E Pirro Ancor Di Tanti Oltraggi Ad Ontal

2. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Amarti?

3. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Anime Sventurate

4. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Alfin L'eroe Da Forte

5. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Dal Valor De' Detti Tuoi

6. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Sperar... Temer... Poss'io

7. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. A Me Astianatte

8. Ermione, Opera: Act 1. Pirro, Deh Serbami

9. Ermione, Opera: Act 2. Liete Novelle, O Sire!

10. Ermione, Opera: Act 2. Ombra Del Caro Sposo!

11. Ermione, Opera: Act 2. Vieni A Giurar

12. Ermione, Opera: Act 2. Sia Compiuto Il Mio Fato

13. Ermione, Opera: Act 2. Essa Corre Al Trionfo!

14. Ermione, Opera: Act 2. Ah! Voglia Il Ciel

15. Ermione, Opera: Act 2. Amata, L'amai

16. Ermione, Opera: Act 2. Un'empia Mel Rapi!

17. Ermione, Opera: Act 2. Il Tuo Dolor Ci Affretta

18. Ermione, Opera: Act 2. Ah! Qual Sovrasta A Pirro

19. Ermione, Opera: Act 2. A Cosi Trista Immagine

20. Ermione, Opera: Act 2. Che Feci? Dove Son?

21. Ermione, Opera: Act 2. Vendicata!

22. Ermione, Opera: Act 2. Ah! Ti Rinvenni

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Track List: Rossini: Il Barbiere di Siviglia

Disc 1
Title: Il Barbière Di Siviglia (The Barber Of Seville), Opera
Disc 2
Disc 3
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Track List: Rossini: La Cenerentola

Disc 1
Title: La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera

1. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Sinfonia

2. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: No,no,no V'e

3. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Una Volta C'era Un Re

4. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: O Figlie Amabili

5. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Recitativo "Cenerentola, Presto"

6. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Cavatina: Miei Rampolli Femminini

7. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Recitativo: Sappiate Che Fra Poco....

8. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Scena:tutto E Deserto

9. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Duetto:un Soave Non So Che

10. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Recitativo: Non So Che Dir.

11. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Coro:scegli La Sposa

12. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Recitativo : Allegrissimamente, Che Bei Quadri

13. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Quintetto : Signor, Una Parola

14. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Recitativo : Si, Tutto Cangera

15. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Aria : La Del Ciel Nell Arcano Profondo

16. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Recitativo : Ma Bravo , Bravo

17. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Coro : Conciossiacosacche Trenta Botti Gia Gusto

Disc 2

1. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Duetto Zitto, Zitto, Pano, Piano

2. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Ah! Se Velata Ancor

3. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Signor... Altezza, E In Tavola

4. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Recitativo "Mi Par Che Quei Birbanti"

5. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Aria: Sia Qualunque Delle Figlie

6. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Recitativo "Ah! Questa Bella Incognita"

7. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Recitativo E Allor... Se Non Ti Spiacchio.

8. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Aria Si, Ritrovarla Io Giuro

9. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Recitativo: Ma Dunque Io Son Un Ex

10. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Un Segreto D'importanza

11. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Una Volta C'era Un Re (Act II)

12. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Recitativo: Quanto Sei Caro!

13. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Temporale

14. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Recitativo: Scusate, Amici.

15. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Sestetto Siete Voi...questo E Un Nodo Avviluppato

16. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Sestetto (Cont.) Donna Sciocca, Alma Di Fango

17. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Recitativo Giusto Ciel

18. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Coro Della Fortuna Instabile

19. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Signor, Perdona

20. La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Opera: Rondo Nacqui All'affanno

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Track List: Rossini: Overtures

1. Overture To La Scala Di Seta (The Silken Ladder): La Scala Di Seta

2. Overture To Il Signor Bruschino: Il Signor Bruschino

3. Overture To L'italiana In Algeri (The Italian Girl In Algiers): L'italiana In Algeri

4. Overture To Il Barbiere Di Siviglia (The Barber Of Seville): Il Barbiere Di Siviglia

5. Overture To La Gazza Ladra (The Thieving Magpie): Overture

6. Overture To Semiramide: Overture

7. Overture To Guillaume Tell (William Tell): William Tell Overture

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Track List: Rossini: Semiramide

Disc 1
Title: Semiramide, Opera
Disc 2
Disc 3
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Track List: Rossini: Stabat Mater

Title: Stabat Mater For 2 Sopranos, Tenor, Bass, Chorus & Orchestra

1. Stabat Mater For 2 Sopranos, Tenor, Bass, Chorus & Orchestra: Stabat Mater Dolorosa

2. Stabat Mater For 2 Sopranos, Tenor, Bass, Chorus & Orchestra: Cuius Animam Gementem

3. Stabat Mater For 2 Sopranos, Tenor, Bass, Chorus & Orchestra: Quis Est Homo

4. Stabat Mater For 2 Sopranos, Tenor, Bass, Chorus & Orchestra: Pro Peccatis Suae Gentis

5. Stabat Mater For 2 Sopranos, Tenor, Bass, Chorus & Orchestra: Eja, Mater, Fons Amoris

6. Stabat Mater For 2 Sopranos, Tenor, Bass, Chorus & Orchestra: Sancta Mater, Istud Agas

7. Stabat Mater For 2 Sopranos, Tenor, Bass, Chorus & Orchestra: Fac Ut Portem

8. Stabat Mater For 2 Sopranos, Tenor, Bass, Chorus & Orchestra: Inflammatus Et Accensus

9. Stabat Mater For 2 Sopranos, Tenor, Bass, Chorus & Orchestra: Quando Corpus Morietur

10. Stabat Mater For 2 Sopranos, Tenor, Bass, Chorus & Orchestra: Amen. In Sempiterna Saecula

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Track List: Rossini: Torvaldo E Dorliska

Disc 1
Title: Torvaldo E Dorliska, Opera
Disc 2
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Track List: Rossini: William Tell

Disc 1
Title: Guillaume Tell (William Tell), Opera
Disc 2
Disc 3

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The Barber of Seville...ou t of sight, absoultely brilliant. Bravo!
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William Tell overture or as I liked it as a kid "the lone ranger theme song" INCREDIBLE!
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Always loved to play La Scala in the opera orchestra!
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Magnifico...
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We are fortunate.Be i n g good listeners &better. Practitioner s of what maybe learnt...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Classical music and cartoons what an intro!
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This piece is .........MOR E - THAN-MASTERF U L . . . . . a n d you wonder where hip-hop came from???????? ?
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A Composer and performer of Original is very fantastic to be aware of. THE EXCELLENCE OF A CURATOR..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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It is amazing!!!!H o w so-called(MU S I C LOVERS)will disclaim. This MASTERPIECE.
Yet........r e c a l l the original Little Rascals..... a s they mischeivious l y caused drama!
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Played in an opera orchestra, and, always loved to play this composition. Exciting!
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sngmktg
played this with my orchestra last winter
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It was that daam frog from Bugs Bunny who introduced me to this song as a kid... Lolol...
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Out of sight. Technically briliant!
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benjamincask e y 0 2
Many children listen to rossini
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Semiramade.. . o u t of sight...WOW!
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Why isn't the female singer, I hear here, listed either? I'll have to assume MC..! Could be wrong though.. Cheers!!
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Always enjoyed playing in the opera orchestra playing Rossini's The Opera La Cambiale Di Matrimonio. Excellent overture!
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Kiss your left hand
Say your crushes name
Pick a day of the week
Post this on 3 radios
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bud.coats
WHY IS NOT WILLIAM TELL OVERTURE NOT MENTIONED HERE?
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Dynamic composition, wonderfully played!
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Love this song awesome
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Rossini guchi lol
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This may seem weird but I can imagine this song as a ballet, like the nutcracker, but about kids sneaking around the house past their bedtime trying to stay hidden from their parents. Idk just a thought.
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Hi O Silver away...alway s great listening
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I was introduced to classical, symphony , opera , stage plays: all elementary school that was part of my music class it is soothing and relaxes the mind , body , and soul excellent !!!!
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Figaro...WOW !
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Rossini was an outstanding composer of great music...unli m i t e d . His music has so much feeling it sends chills up ones back. Great feeling!
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I learned about Classical music from Bugs Bunny, I remember checking out Records from the library when I was 9, the spark of curiosity was lit by a cartoon.
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The William Tell Overture...o u t of sight, tremendous!
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marietherese z a p p
Am I the only one who recognizes this song from Mickey mouse???????
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This sounds wacky, but he in my mind the 'Fats Waller of his day, appetite , girth, and all He woke opera up
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Variations for the Clarinet and Orchestra... o u t of sight!
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Good song
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Beautiful music and wonderful cast of singers!! Grazie, Maestro Abbado!!
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Rossini, one of my all time favorite composers. Wrote great music!
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So relaxing . this is music.....
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#love it
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Gods bless warner brothers!! My first exposure to classical music was looney tunes. Still a fan!!!
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We often overlook the fact that many children in the US had their first exposure to opera via cartoons.
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Verdi and Rossini are my favorite opera composers. They still impact us with their music today.
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Lol iandethlor66 6 thats for sure.
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All I can picture is the fat guy being pummeled by Bugs Bunny, and his head shrinking from the alum during the figaro... Figaro... Figaro part. I'm in tears right now.
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I love this song an I'm a little Opera snob ,there's all types .this is fun.. Kind of takes you prisoner to fun ,so there ,like all
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This is a fun ditty the snobs don't care for it as history had said but then people are biased whoever writes these facts lol My fact is its playful ,wonderful sexy funny and a fun mockery at itself i love it when things get to heavy and need a stream of FRESH thru my Ears and devoirs me then me giggle ...
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looney tunes episode and bugs bunny shaving elmer....... . yeap!!!! shaemac_423
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Like a BOSS!!He made lots of $$:-)
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What a boss.
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Me too Strausser, me too
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bravo we love u
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