We are meeting at RUBY’S DINER on Thursday 3-24-16. Participants are limited to 18. Please let me know right away, if you can make it. Our street, Chandler Drive in Tustin, where we normally meet is being resurfaced and limited to residents only…no parking is allowed on the street. Breakfast and lunch is included in the arrangement, so come and have breakfast as well…order anything from coffee/tea, to eggs, etc. Jorge at Ruby’s reserved a space for us and we’re allowed a time slot of 9:30 thru 4:30. All day category: musical instruments used in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op.67. I saw the following instruments at the performance by Polish Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra: violin, viola, cello, bass, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horns, trumpet, harp, trombone, tubas, and percussion. To qualify for an instant prize, the words must contain 5 or more letters. GAMES begin at 10:00 a.m. sharp.
Amnon Myers expanded the category regarding Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5, and added the following words: ALLEGRO, ARPEGGIO, BASS, BASSOON, CADENCE, CELLI, CELLO, CHORD, CLARINET, CONTRABASSOON, CRESCENDO, DOLCE, DRUM, FANFARE, FIFTH, FLUTE, HARP, HORN, INSTRUMENT, INSTRUMENTATION, KETTLEDRUM, LYRICAL, MAJOR, MELODIC, MINOR, MINUET, MOVEMENT, OBOE, ORCHESTRA, PERCUSSION, PICCOLO, PIZZICATI, PIZZICATO, RHYTHM, RHYTHMIC, SCALE, SCHERZO, (Tom Singleton may remember this one on a triple line ;-), STRING, SYMPHONY, THEME, TENOR, TIMPANI, TIMPANO, TROMBONE, TRUMPET, TUBA, TYMPANI, TYMPANO, VARIATION, VIOLA, VIOLIN, WOODWIND.