21 November 2009

Photo, Cello

My photo professor has again posted successful images on his blog, and this one has been selected! The shots are from our portrait assignment, and this was my figurative submission. Check it out alongside some really stellar shots taken by my peers. 
Can't stop listening to Bach: The 6 Unaccompanied Cello Suites by the master himself, Yo-Yo Ma. Quite possibly the most phenomenal music ever produced by a cello. Hearing the instrument alone, you can't help but notice what a clear, pure sound it can produce! Suite 1 in G Major, BMV 1007/Prélude is spectacular. 

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Haley said...


I was talking with a friend of mine on the subject of classical composers about ten minutes after I put up this post, and this happened:

RYAN: Some of the most brilliant classical-style composers living today are arguably in the field of death metal and fusion jazz.
ME: Many things are arguable. No?
RYAN: I can't argue with that statement.


ChrisConte said...

can we make a hangman game out of it? other wise, i have no idea.

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