03. November 2011 · Comments Off on Somehow I Think Mozart Might Laugh At This · Categories: Read Online

Can classical music prevent colon cancer? Maybe not quite. But a fascinating new study suggests that doctors who listen to Mozart while performing colonoscopy are more likely to find precancerous colon polyps known as adenomas.

I read it here.

Ah, Mozart … he does get into a lot of studies!

Guillaume de Machaut (c. 1300 – April 1377): Messe de Nostre Dame

I’m putting up only three of the videos, but there are seventeen total! If you watch through number three you’ll see the fourth appear as an option to click. When that video finished the next appears, and so on. I recommend listening to all of them!

1 Gaudeamus omnes in domino

2 Kyrie

3 Gloria

03. November 2011 · Comments Off on FBQD · Categories: FBQD

Today, my oboe teacher said we’re living on the edge because she threw away a “keep this coupon” coupon. I love her. Ha!

03. November 2011 · Comments Off on Ah, Telemann! · Categories: For Your Listening Enjoyment

I’m a big fan of Telemann. I love the Fantasies and I love his canonic sonatas. And of course there’s so much more.

Here is a new video I just located on YouTube of the second Fantasy. It’s one of my faves.

Gerda Rózsa, oboe

03. November 2011 · Comments Off on TQOD · Categories: TQOD

Orchestra made me a bit unhappy, but my oboe is putting a smile on my face. So maybe I’m not as much of a disgrace to music as I thought…