Humans are infinitely varied in their inborn talents and native intelligence. Then given the right training in a nurturing environment, it’s astonishing the heights the lucky few attain. Consider music. In the Western musical canon, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart epitomizes musical… Read More ›
Source: Antariksha Sanchar (How I came across this: Via Experiments at Processing. Pretty cool animations at that site.)
One of my favorites, Beethoven’s 9th symphony is his final complete symphony. Composed between 1822 and 1824, it is considered to be his finest and some even think that it is the greatest composition in the Western classical music canon…. Read More ›
And now for something entirely different. Accordion, Vivaldi, and Sand Animation.
One of these days I will get around to replying to some of the comments that do need a response. Now though is time for an open thread. Say what’s on your mind.
Go check out the videos shortlisted for playing at YouTube Play celebration event at the Guggenheim Museum. What’s that?
First of May always reminds me of that song. It is one of my all-time favorite love songs. And like the best love songs, it is exquisitely sad.