No, it was always Tuesdays. You’re confused and, now that I look closer, a bit pallid. Are you feeling okay?
This music comes courtesy of TEM, who has a blog now.
With my previous post I got to thinking if I do have a single favourite song. I didn’t have to think too long. I thought to myself if I could only listen to a single song for the rest of my life, which would it be? It’s this one:
Arcangelo Corelli, Op. 6 No. 4 in D major, and specifically this performance of it. There are some other good performances of it, but this is the best I have heard. I try to think of ways to describe it, but what’s the point? The sound speaks for itself.
The only way I could think to describe it is: “It’s just so… good… so good and beautiful.”
Indeed, what a performance! I didn’t think Captain Picard had such expressionism in him, and he’s looking fabulous in that scarf. It’s also nice to see Stephen Wolfram taking a break from ruling the world to entertain us.
Guest appearances by Larry the Cable Guy on the violoncello, which the internet assures me is a real thing, and George Lucas on the six-string cello-or-bass-thing. Also appearing is “the girl”. So hot. And talented too, which is very erotic in a kinky sort of way.
If you look close, you can see the white guy in the back who writes all the stuff on Wikipedia.