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Do you like classical music?

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Dang, scOtt, you posted the WHOLE piece. At 17+ minutes that takes dedication. :D

Dudamel looks like a rocker doesn't he?

Jesus! I just this second finished the whole performance. Synced to my iPhone cuz I still have no sound. Bolero is ROCKING! I can't decide if it's rock or funk!

ONE-two-THREE-four

or

ONE-two-THREE-four

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It's funk.

Real fast. ONEtwothreefour.

Real fast like 4 times in a full measure. The tempo is (purposefully) slow but the time sig is extremely staccato.

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Firebird.

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So, I don't know how many guys will admit to having seen this movie and not cried. I don't think it's possible. Great movie and I watched it with my daughters a couple years ago when we were in the process of looking for a dog. The Akita is a great breed but I wanted to rescue a dog so we found a Siberian Husky which has features to the Akita and we love him.

The music from this movie was one of the most beautiful I can remember.

[video=youtube_share;-GoS28_nVdY]http://youtu.be/-GoS28_nVdY

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Otter in Animal House, was whistling ^^^^ the strings at 1:34 ish, when he walked into the lobby of the sorority, trying to pick up the roommate of the dead sister. :)

And dates for his three friends...

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That string movement amazes me! I've gotten that stuck in my head for days, many times! The harmonies are so chaotic and yet wonderful. Different parts diving and swooping against the others. One of my favorites I'm glad I was made remember tonight. An old friend.

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"What kind of bird are you? If you can't fly?" he said.

The duck replied "What kind of bird are you if you can't swim and dive into the pond?"

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YouTube recommendations are getting smarter and smarter. And making me smarter as well. :)

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