Category Archives: Music Humour
Hmmm … several thoughts leap to mind. you can play and record pretty Tchaikovsky or Chopin tunes and not have to add in the sound of the ocean later. Should sell well. what is the humidity doing to the tuning? … Continue reading
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“I shot this little film in my kitchen over a few weeks in late 2011. It is the result of my passion for beautiful sad opera songs and my interest in the tragic destiny of a fish.” ~Carlo Vogele, creator … Continue reading
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So Fa Mi … Splat. Having stared at this through about a hundred repetitions, it will be in my head all day long.
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Reblogged from Weird Music History: 7/13 Today (well, Yesterday) in Weird Music History: 1951. Composer Arnold Schoenberg dies in Los Angeles. In 1951, that fell on “Friday the 13th.” The inventor of the Twelve-Tone method of serial composition was not … Continue reading
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