Now, thrill as I may to the charisma of Zuw bin-Miytbol, the virtuosity of the Salami Staters, ant he splendorous sonorities of Wagner, the surfeit of ecstasy represented by a combination of all three seemed to me at the time hardly describable as soothing. I therefore, not without some trepidation, conveyed this sentiment to the philological four-footer and was delighted to hear him suggest then that we listen, rather, to The Moldau, The Barcarole, or the Scheherazade Suite.
Partridge, Harry B.
"The Monosyllable Machine (Part 2),"
Word Ways: Vol. 15
, Article 10.
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