Eine Kleine Nichtmusik

Witty and pertinent observations on matters of great significance OR Incoherent jottings on total irrelevancies OR Something else altogether OR All of the above

Sunday, May 04, 2008

My daughter will be pleased by the Starbucks product placement

Here is a short film about the life of a digital artist (via linkbunnies). I suspect most of us can identify with the protagonist to some extent.

I'm certainly emailing the link to my orchestra desk partner (and section leader) who is blowing off a concert in June on the flimsy excuse that she has to deliver her first project for her new employer and they've brought the date forward from end of September to end of June (or something like that).

This means that when Chip Clark comes to conduct his new symphony, instead of seeing this immediately in front of him
















he will see this.


























Ah well. less distracting, perhaps.

5 Comments:

At 05 May, 2008 14:35, Blogger JoeinVegas said...

But isn't it about the quality of the performance?

 
At 05 May, 2008 22:30, Blogger Persephone said...

Very well-turned out and distinguished. Just what a composer/conductor wants to see, surely?

 
At 07 May, 2008 00:27, Blogger Rob said...

Joe - of course it is, but there are several hours of rehearsal at which to gaze at those struggling to achieve that quality. Not always a pretty sight....

 
At 08 May, 2008 13:12, Blogger Lisa Rullsenberg said...

Surely it is all in the eye of the beholder? they may well find you perty dear boy, or may well always imagine something/someone completely different in front of them playing the instuments...

That came out ALL wrong...!

 
At 19 May, 2008 22:10, Blogger Sal said...

brilliant!

only vaguely related but if you're the mood for inspiring lyrics to dramatic songs:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=ZA1NoOOoaNw&topic=benny_lava

 

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