Ludwig Van again, Moonlight Sonata.
By popular demand, Beethoven’s 9th.
Part 2 is here if that didn’t satisfy your Ludvig fix.
Since we had way too much traffic for me post post this on Tuesday, here is the beer I opened when terribly sad faces at FOX News announced that Obama had a mathematical lock on the election.
It appears that not everybody is willing to concede that Bach’s Prelude to the Cello Suite #1 is the greatest piece of music written by man. In the interest of fairness I will post alternative suggestions from the comments, starting with Glenn Gould playing the Goldberg Variations in 1981.
Gould part two:
The prelude for Bach’s cello suite #1 is the greatest piece of music ever written by man. Prove me wrong.
As much as I love Rostropovich, he plays this one like he is in a hurry. Yo Yo Ma did it better; just ignore the annoying political ad tacked on at the end.
A lot of you know how little attention I like to pay to the polls, because they fluctuate, are just a snapshot, and anything can happen. However, the way things are currently trending, with Obama close to opening a double digit lead in several national polls, several state polls are pretty shocking:
If McCain loses Virginia, Ohio, and North Carolina- Boom boom, out go the lights!
Love that song.