Thomas Marshall (Baritone), Maurice Elwin - The Old Rustic Bridge/Tired Hands album flac
Title: The Old Rustic Bridge/Tired Hands
MP3 album: 1648 mb
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A side: Thomas Marshall Baritone with Quartet and Orchestra. B side: John Curtis Baritone with Instrumental Accompaniment (Maurice Elwin).
Thomas Marshall (Baritone), Maurice Elwin - The Old Rustic Bridge/Tired Hands (Shellac, 10"). The Ariel Grand Record.
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The Old Bridge, retitled The Old Iron Bridge in some releases, is the fourth episode of the seventh series. Skarloey and Rheneas love to puff along the narrow gauge railway. But an old wooden bridge has been damaged by a storm. One day, Skarloey is enjoying his journey and when he puffs across the bridge he ends up on the broken beam, which he does not see until the last second, and dangles precariously above the river. But Rheneas pulls him to safety.
Elizabeth Marshall Thomas (born September 13, 1931) is an American author. She has published fiction and non-fiction books and articles on animal behavior, Paleolithic life, and the !Kung Bushmen of the Kalahari Desert. Thomas was born to anthropologist Lorna Marshall and Laurence K. Marshall, co-founder of the Raytheon Corporation. She is the sister of ethnographic filmmaker John Marshall. She was raised in Cambridge, Massachusetts and attended Abbot Academy in Andover, Massachusetts.
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The old man looked too tired to walk any further. Seeing the old man sitting there for a long time, the speaker went to him and asked him where he came from. The old man answered that he was coming from San Carlos, his native town, twelve kilometers away from there. Published in 1938, The story Old Man at the Bridge is about a conversation between a news-reporter and an old man who had to leave his hometown during the Spanish Civil War.
At just two pages in length, "The Old Man at the Bridge" is one of Hemingway's shortest tales. It is based upon an Easter Sunday stopover at the Ebro River during his coverage of the Spanish Civil War in April 1938. Although employed by the North American Newspaper Association (NANA), Hemingway apparently decided to submit it to Ken Magazine as a short story instead of using it as a news article . The old man's hometown of San Carlos is being evacuated because of artillery fire, and he sits at the roadside before the bridge crossing, too tired to walk. The soldier, while anticipating contact with the enemy, expresses concern about the man's safety and encourages him to continue moving.
An old man with steel rimmed spectacles and very dusty clothes sat by the side of the road. But the old man sat there without moving. He was too tired to go any farther. It was my business to cross the bridge, explore the bridgehead beyond and find out to what point the enemy had advanced. I did this and returned over the bridge.
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|A||–Thomas Marshall (Baritone)||The Old Rustic Bridge
Written By – Joseph P. Skelly
|B||–As John Curtis*||Tired Hands
Written By – Al Piantadosi
NotesA side: Thomas Marshall Baritone with Quartet and Orchestra.
B side: John Curtis Baritone with Instrumental Accompaniment (Maurice Elwin)
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