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Old 09-25-2009, 04:22 PM   #1
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More Bach, but fun really, give it a try!

My last Bach posting was an overwhelming flop. But this one is fun. Trust me.
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Oh, wow...cool!!! Thanks!!! Wonder who they are? Do they work at the toy store and practice there? Have any information about the pianists?
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Old 09-25-2009, 04:34 PM   #4
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Cool! Love Bach.
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Old 09-25-2009, 04:35 PM   #5
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That is WAY COOL!
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Old 09-25-2009, 06:51 PM   #7
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Yep, that be the one. The Tocata and Fugue in D minor. Here is a visualization that I didn't find as interesting, but if you are a music lover...

and here is another plug from my earlier posting.

It makes me smile every time. Music that makes sense forward, backward, right side up, upside down, and all of the previous at the same time! It really does make sense on a moebius strip.

OK, OK, I know that I am a geek.
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I was just about to bump your other thread so Iíll post it here: I missed this one, must have been out for bacon when you posted it. Goes great just after reading MickeyDís post on W2Rís poll.
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and here is another plug from my earlier posting.
I thought Independently Poor posted that one?
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I thought Independently Poor posted that one?
Oh D@mn. I just inadvertently outed my SO. My new MacBook was transferring files from my old machine, so I picked up DSO's machine and forgot that I would be on his account. He hadn't posted anything before (and may not post very much at all) but got the account so that he could see the uploaded photos when reading posting.

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Frank has an account here too, and I am sure the same thing will happen to me one day. He has only posted about 7-9 times total and nobody but the other mods knows who he is. (shhh!! I never said a word....)
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Oh, wow...cool!!! Thanks!!! Wonder who they are? Do they work at the toy store and practice there? Have any information about the pianists?
Unfortunately, I have absolutely no info, but that must have taken some practice.
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Groovy!

I wonder if one can still get Switch-on Bach?

And didn't Dizzy Gillespie and the Double-six of Paris do great Bach? (IIRC)
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Good stuff, IP.
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Yep, that be the one. The Tocata and Fugue in D minor.
My speakers aren't working, but I identified that by the timing on the dance. It's one of my ex's signature pieces.

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Yep, that be the one. The Tocata and Fugue in D minor....
Here's Disney's version:


And Tom Hanks in "Big." Not Bach, but he gets warmed up at 1:12.
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