Music For Cats

I just read this:

Police are trying to trace a driver who fled the scene after his car flipped onto its roof near Five Ways island.

Officers pulled over the driver of the car after they saw him throw a bottle out the window of his vehicle at around 1.20am.

But as police approached the vehicle the driver sped off.

Minutes later the officers caught up with the vehicle after it crashed on Islington Row Middleway, but the driver had already fled the scene.

Paramedics reported that loud classical music was being played loudly from the abandoned car.

I’m rather amazed the person could walk away! Check out the photos here.

William Harris: Bring Us, O Lord God
Vox Humana; Dr. David N. Childs, Director

Claudio Monteverdi: Lauda Jerusalem

Live performance by The Green Mountain Project on January 10, 2015 at the Church of St. Jean Baptiste, New York City

Audio by Tom Durack
Video/Editing by Emily Bullington

Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem,
praise your God, O Sion.
For he has strengthened the bars of your gates:
he has blessed your children within you.
He makes peace within your borders,
and fills you with the finest of the wheat.
He sends forth his commandment upon the earth:
very swiftly runs his word.
He gives snow like wool:
he scatters cloud like ashes.
He casts forth his ice like morsels:
in the face of his cold, who shall stand?
He will send out his word and melt them:
his wind will blow and the waters will flow.
He reveals his word to Jacob,
his statutes and judgements unto Israel.
He has not dealt so with any other nation,
and he has not shown his judgements to them.
Glory be to the Father…

TENET’s Green Mountain Project
Jolle Greenleaf, artistic director
Scott Metcalfe, music director

Jolle Greenleaf and Molly Quinn, sopranos
Luthien Brackett and Virginia Warnken, altos
Owen McIntosh, Brian Giebler, Jason McStoots and Aaron Sheehan, tenors
Jesse Blumberg and Mischa Bouvier, baritones
Steven Hrycelak, Jonathan Woody, basses

Ingrid Matthews and Scott Metcalfe, violins
Dongmyung Ahn and Daniel Elyar, violas
Emily Walhout, viol, bass violin
Anne Trout, violone
Alexandra Opsahl and Kiri Tollaksen, cornetti
Greg Ingles, Mack Ramsey, and Erik Schmalz, sackbuts
Hank Heijink and Daniel Swenberg, theorbos
Jeffrey Grossman, chamber organ