Jane Clark

(Crawfordville, FL, USA)

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  • ''Quite frankly, if you bed people of belowstairs class, they go to the papers.''
    Jane Clark, British millionaire politician's wife. As quoted in Newsweek magazine, p. 15 (June 13, 1994). On a judge's wife having told a tabloid ...
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Interpretation: Ravel's &Quot;Bolero&Quot;

Softly, slyly, flute and drum begin to weave their net
Of notes; the slow seductive beat evokes the stomp of gypsy feet
Inside some smoky dim cantina, where a woman's silhouette
Is dancing with abandon to the pulsing, pounding theme
Of the flamenco or fandango...the bolero or beguine.
It's unremitting rhythm, darkly sensual in tone,
Restrains a fierce and frenzied spirit in it's own
Measured meter...persistent and alone
Beneath the sultry overtones
Of the trumpets and trombones,
Echoed closely by the throbbing of the strings
In which the melody ...

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