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Symphony

All Aboard the Meme Express – Thursday, November 20, 2008


On November 20, 1965, Diana Ross and the Supremes hit the top of the popular music charts with their hit single, “I Hear a Symphony.” Here it is:

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Today, the Meme Express prompt is “symphony.”


Do you like classical music?

Who is your favorite composer?

Have you ever been to a symphony concert?

Do you play a musical instrument?

Have you ever played in an orchestra?

What is your favorite genre of music?

Who is your favorite musician?


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