The formal suit has been sold. I thank the many of you who showed such enthusiastic interest in it, and I am most gratified that so many of you had a real use for the thing. Part of what I do around here is social work, finding good, loving homes for the orphaned garments of a more formal time. In the end, it came to a showdown between a tap dancer and a classical musician (not joking). The musician won.
True, this may not be Fred Astaire and Artur Rubinstein we're talking about, but it's nice to know that this suit will in fact continue a useful, appropriate existence. Congratulations, Mr. C****. May it help you reach new heights of musical virtuosity...or at the very least make the other members of the orchestra jealous.
15 February 2012
Showdown: The Results
Labels: Artur Rubinstein, classical music, formal dress, fred astaire, Tails, tap dancing, White Tie
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Rubinstein vs. Horowitz playing the polonaise opus 53 would've been a real showdown.
True. They both tended to bang that song out hard and heavy. Personally, my money is on Rubinstein for the Polonaise.
I think we deserve a pic of the suit on the winner.
Glad to see it went to a good home and be put to good use.
I, too would like to see this suit in action.
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