Some Mozart.

Some Mozart For The Homeless.
By Uncle Monty.
Photos By Gary Day
& Alex Albion.
A rare evening treat it was to attend The String Quintet
Concert in Aid of The Passage, which has been London's
outstanding day centre for the homeless since 1980. The
 late English Cardinal Basil Hume was its founding patron
 and today's worthy patron is the eminent Archbishop
 Vincent Nichols of Westminster. Held at the Jesuit
Church of the Immaculate Conception at Mayfair's
posh Farm Street, the String Quintet gave us all its
very best to those of us like me who particularly
relish marvellous Wolfgang Armadus Mozart
 and the wonderful world of classical music.
In The Days of Mozart.
While I was unable to stay for the complete concert
due to a dinner engagement later on the same evening
with two of my old Yankee friends visiting London at
this Fall and staying at the 500 quid per night luxurious
Lanesborough, I certainly was moved by the Quintet's
sensitive and selective concert playing of Wolfgang
Amadeus Mozart's String Quintet in C Major K515
- Allegro Menuetto: Allegretto Andante Allegro.
Some Mozart for the homeless coudn't have been
nicer to hear and to appreciate with all its deep and
classical splendour at the Jesuit Church. The String
Qunitet Concert not only ennobled Mozart, but
all the homeless as they played for them. Bravo!
Mozart As The Little Lad & Classical Genius
Three of the five players of the String Quintet -
(l-r)  Violinist Rachel Isserlis, Violinist Luba
Tunnicliffe, and Violist Annette Isserlis, in
superb performance at the Concert in
Aid of The Passage. Bravo!!
Plus, Violist Sheelah Treflé Hidden and Cellist
Sebastian Comberti at The String Quintet Concert.
Again, Bravo to them!! And, of course to Mozart!
W. A. Mozart (1756-1791)
Free Music Download of The Essential Mozart
Young Mozart, who sadly lived only 35 years.
Mozart Supreme At Rome International Concert.
Unfortunately, I had to leave early while the lightly
attended String Quintet Concert for The Passage
was evident, but to those of who were present it
was a real evening concert treat for some Mozart
for the homeless. Only an idiot or philistine wouldn't
have appreciated such a London evening
 of classical music.
Truly, Uncle Monty.
+Prayers for the Common Man, 2011.
Outside of London's Luxurious "Lanesborough"
With Two Young Super-Rich American Models.
Feedback & Comments
No Mozart At The Big Issue.
By Uncle Monty.
As for The Big Issue twerps - TWERPS - the only
musical events that they have put on have been mostly
 loud and noisy evening hip-hop type and cheap pop
 music sounds to raise money to so-call "help" the
homeless. Slick and slippery Pigface Anthony John
 Bird, 65, worked the invited crowd like a career
socialist politician to get whatever money he could get 
from those moneyed evening guests with plenty of dough
 to give to Bird's iffy appeal to make The Big Issue coffers, 
and his own, even fatter at the expense of the homeless.
There was also plenty of young mod whipsnappers and
paid Big Issue staffers present like Paul Joseph, Jeanine 
Walker, Lisa Woodman, John Duffy and on occasions
 I think even French woman Anne Garbarini, PA to the
pigface. I assume she no longer works for him since no
mention of her name has been around for quite some-
time now.  It seems thesedayz, however, that pigface
 himself and his cronies no longer hold such fund raising
events or pop music venues like he once did when I
knew him and before we had our permanent falling
 out due to his vile scum brother Peter Bird's unjust
actions against me and throwing away out of sheer
spite my Big Issue pitch of five years standing at Covent
Garden. That's why I know and write all about the nasty
 Big Issue characters that I've encountered in the course
of my 5 years with The Big Issue. And before prick
Peter Bird, in connivance with his pigface brother, gave
me a kick down after supposedly giving me a helping
hand up!! What charlatans they really are!! Not only
 have they kicked me down, but they have done the
same to countless other vendors and staff members
of theirs in the course of The Birds 20 rotten years
at The Big Issue. It now all comes down to their
own slogan: "A Hand Up, Then A Kick Down!"
And so, not one bit of Mozart have they ever given
 to ennoble the homeless or their own vendors or their
own staff in the past two decades of their utter greed
of pigging off  the homeless with their unashamed
self-centredness and self-promotion to grab more
 money from those who don't know what the
Rotten Big Issue is truly all about or the real
character of the vile Bird Brothers.
Such is so sad, yet so true!!
Such A Lovely Big Issue Couple, Aren't They! HELL NO!
Samantha & Tom Woodlock at FACEBOOK.
She's Known As "The Hatchet Woman" & He's
Known As "The Mother Fucker" at The Big Issue.
 Both of them are ex-homeless and lived for a time
in railway storage rooms! They now distribute John
Bird's weekly rotten rag to street vendors at London's
Covent Garden as so-called Big Issue "Volunteers."
They're now also making more money as "volunteers"
than they have ever done in their own shaky lives.
They trust nobody, least of all the Big Issue vendors
 that they are supposed to "serve." Both of them are
distrusting of others along with being real cold cads.
They typify all the worst that is today's Rotten
 Big Issue from the vile Bird Brothers themselves
to Big Gob Billie Bickley and to the greedy fat
 catz living off the homeless.
Samantha Woodlock posted to My Zoo!!!
ਮੈਂਬਰ ਬਣੋਫੇਸਬੁੱਕ ਤੁਹਾਨੂੰ ਤੁਹਾਡੀ ਜ਼ਿੰਦਗੀ ਵਿੱਚ ਸ਼ਾਮਲ ਲੋਕਾਂ ਦੇ ਸੰਪਰਕ ਵਿੱਚ ਰਹਿਣ ਅਤੇ ਉਹਨਾਂ ਨਾਲ ਸਾਂਝ ਪਾਉਣ ਵਿੱਚ ਮੱਦਦ ਕਰਦੀ ਹੈ।...
Also take note greedy Muslim James Caan,
greedy Atheist Anthony John Bird, and greedy
non-Christian Nigel Kershaw of The Big Issue:
"Faith groups need to combat greed, say conference
attendees Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia (ENI) - Speakers
 at an international Christian-Muslim dialogue conference
organized by the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) say
religious groups need to do more to combat greed in the
global economy. Though both Islam and Christianity 
acknowledge man as "custodian of God's creation" and
 greed as "betrayal of God's trust," there is "strong resist-
ance" in both religions to combat greed by challenging
forces of globalization, said Chandra Muzaffar, a Muslim
economic scholar from the University of Malaysia and
director of International Movement for a Just World."
Ecumenical News International (ENI)
Geneva. Oct 4, 2011.
By Uncle Monty.
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