Happy new year!

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Viktor
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Happy new year!

Post by Viktor » Thu 3. Jan 2013, 00:00

Dear readers, PLs, BCs, MCs, admins, everyone who contributes to LV or Legamus or just watches us in silence and benevolence,

I wish you all a healthy, successful new year 2013. May it bring you plenty of merry moments and good surprises!

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Re: Happy new year!

Post by Piotrek » Thu 3. Jan 2013, 10:43

Happy 2013 everyone.

May our catalogue grow, may the readers have only successful recording sessions, and may the listeners love what we record and spread the word about our stuff :lol:

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Re: Happy new year!

Post by rapunzelina » Thu 3. Jan 2013, 15:47

Happy New Year!


And welcome to the authors now added to our 70y pma Public Domain! :mrgreen:

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Re: Happy new year!

Post by CarolB » Fri 4. Jan 2013, 11:30

Thank you Viktor!

Happy New Year everyone ;)

Carol

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Re: Happy new year!

Post by rapunzelina » Thu 2. Jan 2014, 11:36

Happy New 2014 Year!!!

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Re: Happy new year!

Post by Hokuspokus » Thu 2. Jan 2014, 12:19

Happy New Year!

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Re: Happy new year!

Post by Tuberous Chairs » Thu 2. Jan 2014, 14:49

A New Year means more writers we can record. I've checked on Wikipedia which writers have entered the public domain in 2014: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014_in_pu ... in#Writers. There are not a lot of names there I recognise but they might mean more to others. There are several notable female writers - Beatrix Potter, Beatrice Webb, Radclyffe Hall and Simone Wiel - plus the lyricist Lorenz Hart, WW Jacobs (Monkey's Claw) and a section of James Joyce's "Stephen Hero".
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"for getting a debutante give me Prused""

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