There’s most read, and then there’s favorite. This is a post which yr (justifiably) humble svt is, regrettably, but not regretfully, not at all humble about.
Blast from the Past!
A post we really, really loved to write, and read, and re-read…
From our early days, originally posted August 31, 2007.
mm123: Classical music II — one more time, with wood
Danger! Western Cultural
So, I was cruising the blogs at BlogExplosion.com and I found this one, courtesy of YouTube, via Subbie.
When I’m all by myself, I seldom LOL. This video, I did laugh out loud.
YouTube: Rachmaninov had big hands
So, last post, somehow I left Rachmaninov off (no, I’m not stuttering) of my desert island list. Inexplicable. What a genius.
The music, by the way, his Prelude, Op.3 No.2 In C Sharp Minor. Here’s a great recording performed by the incomparable Vladimir Ashkenazy.
Anyway, this video made my day. Pretty good for a couple minutes, huh?
It’s it for now. Thanks,
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