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confusio
Quick research for composers

Bonn

Munich

Ciboure

Sopron

Salzburg

Eisenach

Paris

Busseto

For Giussepe Verdi actually I've Le Rencole near Busseto.

I'm working on the sheet music page ...

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Preachertmr

How did you get the bronze answer?

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Preachertmr

I only see three boxes in the clue but do not seem to match up to the correct puzzles.

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didideder
How did you get the bronze answer?

I don't understand, because i've got the 3 stones on the top but nothing happened

I've got it, it sometimes doesn't work, you may refrech the box...

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novastar

Maybe for number grid C STNE TO means "see the stone in Toronto (T.O.)"

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Preachertmr

The only clue that we have that is not solved is the composer. Cannot read music but maybe the notes spell something.

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novastar

SPEAKEASY = "STRAIGHT FLUSH" ... complete guess

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rjstinyc

White Box found in Puzzle 9 Composers

Upper left on the sheet music

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Apogee
SPEAKEASY = "STRAIGHT FLUSH" ... complete guess

Good call! I was thinking along those lines too but got distracted!

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Preachertmr

17 lines of music and 8 composers. Maybe the puzzle contains music from each?

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rjstinyc

CALENDAR WHEEL = BRONZE

SPEAK EASY = STRAIGHT FLUSH

PIRATE TREASURE = SEVENTEEN

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Apogee

Do all the birth cities have anything in common?

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novastar

Letters from Home... anybody want to try looking at the cities of origin and following them on a map in order of the dates stamped? ... I don't have enough time

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Preachertmr

The whitebox in balance the books is right below the left hand page of the book.

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Apogee

THis letter's stamp is the only one that's not legible. The second letter from the top left. A clue?

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confusio
Do all the birth cities have anything in common?

Europe, Roman Empire ? what else ?

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rjstinyc
The whitebox in balance the books is right below the left hand page of the book.

Yeah I saw that white box too. Let's try to get screen shots posted when possible. I have a partner here using the same login account and she clicked on the white box before I could get the screen shot......

Keep going team. Your doing GREAT ! ! !

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irulats

IF you quint when you look at the LASER answer does it spell SECOND?

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stuand

Just a thought. Letters from Home. Daytoname= day to name? Ive been playing with various combinations of letters/numbers from the postmark dates.

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rjstinyc
IF you quint when you look at the LASER answer does it spell SECOND?

Nope Tried "second" but not a winner

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TheReaperMan

stuand thats were i am trying to figure out, because there is no place called daytoname, so i figured the same as you day to name?

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troist

i managed to do laser another way... i skipped some of the mirrors though. it looks like 5OP or SOP?

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TheReaperMan

when i input 1940 in letters from home I get other, so were close

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