Now, on Desert Island Discs'R'us...........
Which song or LP/CD would you have if you were lonely and alone?
Personally, I'm going for Stanford's 5th Symphony with the glorious organ finale. And wonderful Andante.
Glenn Gould, 1981 version.
Beethoven, Sym. 6 ("Pastoral"), Monteux, Vienna Phil.
Strauss, Four Last Songs, te Kanawa/Solti/Vienna.
Failing that, the soundtrack from the Rocky Horror Picture Show.
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.--Aristotle
If there is no struggle there is no progress.--Frederick Douglass
I have loved David Lanz's music since I first saw the video called Natural States. I used to work for a doctor who had satalite clinics in other states and he had a private jet to fly to his clinics and we would take off as the sun was rising and I would listen to his music from the soundtrack.
He also has an album called Christofori's Dream which I highly recommend.
Listen to this after watching this beautiful video and the music with your eyes closed.
There are more of his musical videos on this site.
Which AIPAC/MIC/pharma/bank bought politician are you going to vote for? Don’t be surprised when nothing changes.
My second favorite.
On this site, most of the songs from his album are on it.
speaking of the Goldberg Variations, I love Catrin Finch's work
Bernstein's 1964 performance with the New York Philharmonic.
Couldn't find it on the toobs.
Only connect. - E.M. Forster
The Tragically Hip 'Up to Here', Jackson Browne 'The Load Out' album live, any pre-Back in Black AC/DC, Stevie Wonder,all, -hell just go for the complete MoTown catalog.
I'll stop now.
Ya got to be a Spirit, cain't be no Ghost. . .
Explain Bldg #7. . . still waiting. . .
If you’ve ever wondered whether you would have complied in 1930’s Germany,
Now you know. . .
sign at protest march