By Robert Ross
Benny Hill is the easiest identified and most sensible enjoyed British comic on global tv - from the united states to the Pacific Rim. Feted for his designated model of coy understanding, innuendo and saucy songs - yet probably out of favour in his place of origin earlier than his dying - Benny Hill can now be rated as having had one of many premier careers in comedy. Robert Ross tracks Hill's occupation in the course of the landmark autonomous tv specials, early parody sketches for the BBC, movie appearances, radio exhibits and recordings - together with the No. 1 hit 'Ernie, the quickest Milkman within the West'. Ross examines Hill's skillful use of the fledgling television medium, and celebrates the help of his ordinary back-up staff (Bob Todd, Henry McGee and Nicholas Parsons). as a matter of fact published approximately Hill's Angels and the choice comedy backlash that observed Hill driven off the small reveal within the united kingdom. Benny Hill is the final word advisor to the main commonly acknowledged humorous guy for the reason that Charlie Chaplin.
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E. with five intervals of 240 C. in the octave); nevertheless several of the slendro tone-sequences measured possess one slightly larger interval-in accordance with the scale development outlined above-which, however, is placed now here, now there in the scale (cf. below Appendix 62), and has, therefore, no longer any functional importance. , Mangku Nagaran, Solo Deviations in cents: theoretical tone sequence derived from the cycle of blown fifths XXI 333! 383 IV 438 XXIII/II VI/VIII XVII/XIX 502 582 I 291 III 383 IV 439 v I' 331 500 582 0 -IJ 0 +4 -7 0 v VII/IX 371 XI 425 Ifill 283 II 324l XIII/XV I/111 v I' 565 566 4861 Gamelan slendro from Rancha-' iyuh, distr.
194, p. 34). uk may be correct. Taken literally, it means an instrument indicating that something is quite in order. This ·•something" might very well be, in this case, the time measure, the subdivision of the melodic phrases, in which case it would be quite a suitable appellation for the ketuk, since (vide pp. 163 and 298) it divides up the kenongan into properly proportioned pieces. Sahuran is not known to RooRDA as the name of an instrument; but sahur means "to answer verbally", and hence the word is also used to indicate sounds which, coming from different directions, as it were answer each other.
Gamelan Kyahi Pengasih · (kraton, Solo) . . . Gamelan K yahi Bremara (kraton, Jogya). . . Gamelan Kyahi Kanyut Mesem pelog (Mangkunagaran, Solo) Part of the cycle of blown fifths in semi-fourthssequence . . . . huang chong 0 366 +20 +20 II 313 308 II 304! J tv (Jl ~ ~ 0 t"' tzl- "d zo-l ~ ;;! ,t1..... tzl ;! ( 0 ~ tilt"' 28 SEMIFOURTHS-5CALES ence would probably be noticed if these gamelan scales and the corresponding theoretical sequences were to be played in succession. Inasmuch as these semi-fourths-scales have been produced on Javanese instruments they should be regarded as scales which originated at some time before the splitting-up into the two groups of scales or tonal systems which are distinguished to-day under the names of pelog and stendro.
Benny Hill - Merry Master of Mirth: the Complete Companion by Robert Ross