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Mr Monkey in the Toronto Music Garden

"It's nice, but not my idea of a shelter"

Mr Monkey in front of the steel pavilion Mr Monkey at the bottom of the Gigue steps

After the Sarabande, Mr Monkey ran to the Menuette, which was a formal and graceful French dance, and is now represented by a steel pavilion. This allegedly shelters small musical ensembles, but it's hard to see how. Perhaps they have a special cover for times when small musical ensembles need shelter. Mr Monkey finished his tour of the Music Garden by running down the big giant steps that represent the Gigue.

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