Started by Steve, April 08, 2007, 08:56:52
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QuoteWon't you show meSomething true todayC'mon and show meAnything but thisInside my future eyeWhat I see just makes me cryI'm way down nowI'm way down nowThe clocks will all run backwardsAll the sheep will have two headsAnd Thursday night and FridayWill be on Tuesday night insteadAnd all the times will keep on changingAnd the movement will increaseThere's something about the living, babeThat sends me off my feetThere's breeding in the sewersAnd the rats are on their wayThey're clouding up the imagesOf my perfect dayAnd I know, I'm not aloneAnd I know, I'm not aloneAnd I know, I'm not aloneAnything but this, can you hear me? I said
QuoteI'm dumbing down the worldYes, I'm dumbing down the worldAnd my head is held highAnd the glint in my eyeAnd my arrogance rumbles before me!I'm dumbing down the world!I'm dumbing down the world!I'm dumbing down, I'm dumbing down the world!I'm dumbing down the world!And my thoughts are banal, like a stagnant canaland my sycophants shamble behind meI'm dumbing down the worldYeah, I'm dumbing down the worldI'm dumbing down, I'm dumbing down the worldYeah, I'm dumbing down the world!And my power is come around, is come aroundYes! My hour is come around, is come around - look around!I'm dumbing down the worldYes, I'm dumbing down the worldAnd my works are designed to suck blood from your mindfor you energy feeds and sustains me!I'm dumbing down the world!Yes, I'm dumbing down the worldI'm dumbing down the world (and I love it!)I'm dumbing down the world
Quote from: SueC on November 04, 2020, 12:11:23https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6Enm5OXaJshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjX22avM8Ls
Quote from: K A NesiahMozart wrote tons of fugues. He wrote this double fugue at age 12: https://youtu.be/XidEZEG3W3s?t=1843 Earlier in that choral work he had another fugue: https://youtu.be/XidEZEG3W3s?t=1025 Gould seems completely unaware of most of Mozart's fugues which long preceded this one, perhaps because he was only a pianist. The Adagio and Fugue in this video were extraordinary for their stylistic advancement as they brought romantic sensibility to an archaic style of music. This music was well ahead of it's time.