Gorgeousness and gorgeousity

swimmerguy's picture

This is pretty hot

It really makes the fucking insanity of the piece shine out. Beethoven was a madman.
Could you compose that if you'd been deaf for like 10 years and hard of hearing for decades more?
I think not.

Not much time to say anything, except yesterday I passed my drive test. Hooray. I can now drive unattended. Legally, at least. Obviously, I could before, just under slight fear of being pulled over and I don't know what done to me.
Not that I did, mind you.
And today I actually did that for the first time. My parents were at a soccer game, and I just drove around, it was awesome. I got a Blizzard.
Excellent. Night guys.

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jeff's picture

Cool...

Congrats on getting your license!

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"You can judge the whole world on the sparkle that you think it lacks" - Dawes, When My Time Comes (http://youtu.be/Z0FrcTX6hWI)

stillgotlegs's picture

I never like pieces put

I never like pieces put through a program like sibelius, it seems to take all the soul out of the music. Anyway, the visuals on it were really cool.

By far my favourite at the moment:

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“Why do you sit there looking like an envelope without any address on it?”

elph's picture

Congratulations!!!

You live in a very scenic region... Enjoy it to the fullest...

It's best, however, if the experience can be shared! But... please... always drive intelligently and safely!

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For me... I'm still away from home enjoying the sights along the eastern shore of Lake Michigan.

anarchist's picture

I can't like Beethoven.

He's never made a song that I've actually enjoyed listening to. That one was awesome at first, but just got bad when it seemed like a drone of fast notes that didn't have any impact on me. Chopin, on the other hand, composed very fast notes that each have a huge impact. Sort of like this song:

Fast and brief, yet powerful notes. I had to make a comparison to my music to make this post interesting to me.