Started conversation Jan 24, 2007
The tone of his speeches - determined and visionary - could create a feeling of calm and hope.
Ingrediënts Europe was longing for, as these appeared to be essential to win that war.
Posted Jan 24, 2007
By purpose I split my reply in two parts.
Every now and then I wish to share it with my daughter (drama) or liked it to be analysed in a program; so maybe it's something as part of the Churchill Entry.
Analysing the line on tunes he did speak. The tune starts low and than it rises,while the last word of every line is low again.
The "run" is magical and I'd love to see it opened up.It will not be an anticlimax, cause he did it from his own nature, not an instruction, given by a spinndoctor.
Greetings from Amsterdam