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Sunday Night Music: The Last Goodbye

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January 25, 2015 · 3:18 pm

Sunday Night Music: Take Me To Church

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January 18, 2015 · 6:00 pm

Sunday Night Music: Expanded Tom Lehrer “Elements”

I’ve decided to start a regular feature here with music. I’ll warn you, my taste in music is… eclectic. (I feel this is being kind. My iPod is cruel enough to pop from Beethoven to Green Day with nothing in between.) Your mileage may vary, but everything’s worth a shot.

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January 4, 2015 · 5:52 pm

Sunday Night Music: Minor Key Star Spangled Banner

I’ve decided to start a regular feature here with music. I’ll warn you, my taste in music is… eclectic. (I feel this is being kind. My iPod is cruel enough to pop from Beethoven to Green Day with nothing in between.) Your mileage may vary, but everything’s worth a shot.

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November 16, 2014 · 1:02 am

Sunday Night Music: Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2

I’ve decided to start a regular feature here with music. I’ll warn you, my taste in music is… eclectic. (I feel this is being kind. My iPod is cruel enough to pop from Beethoven to Green Day with nothing in between.) Your mileage may vary, but everything’s worth a shot.

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November 9, 2014 · 11:57 pm

Sunday Night Music: Expanded “Animaniacs” capital song

I’ve decided to start a regular feature here with music. I’ll warn you, my taste in music is… eclectic. (I feel this is being kind. My iPod is cruel enough to pop from Beethoven to Green Day with nothing in between.) Your mileage may vary, but everything’s worth a shot.

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November 2, 2014 · 5:47 pm

Sunday Night Music: The Skeleton Dance

I’ve decided to start a regular feature here with music. I’ll warn you, my taste in music is… eclectic. (I feel this is being kind. My iPod is cruel enough to pop from Beethoven to Green Day with nothing in between.) Your mileage may vary, but everything’s worth a shot.

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October 26, 2014 · 6:43 pm

Sunday Night Music: Grim Grinning Ghosts

I’ve decided to start a regular feature here with music. I’ll warn you, my taste in music is… eclectic. (I feel this is being kind. My iPod is cruel enough to pop from Beethoven to Green Day with nothing in between.) Your mileage may vary, but everything’s worth a shot.

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October 12, 2014 · 6:09 pm

The History of the Violin

Well, a video of it anyway. This has some incredible playing by Charles Yang. It follows the trail of the violin through the years — all the way up to modern use.

This is a video that’s meant to be a video. It is not a documentary that you can listen to and get all the information out of.

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