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    Talking Mozart and Salieri - Simpons Style

    I'm sure most of you would have seen this before. But for those who haven't, here it is
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3ykQTFwYs8

    It's worth watching a second time.
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    And Beethoven "Nelson" at the end with his famous laugh.
    At first, I discovered the wonders of classical music through the marvels of its baroque period and especially those from Mr. Handel, which explain my forum nickname. About 10 years ago, my interest leaned over classical period and Herr Haydn's production. The music bus recently drove me to the early 1800s. Where will it end?

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    "Bat out of Salzburg" - hilarious!

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    A total riot ... Loved every minute of this. Laughter is the best medicine
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    Some more of the Simpsons and classical music.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btc4wEjhPDk

    (the 'good stuff' starts at 3:00 )
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    Gustav Mahler in absolute squalor.

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    "Wait! the next piece is an atonal medley by Philip Glass!!"

    *The whole crowd + the performing musicians rush to the exit*

    Hahaha genius!

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    Quote Originally Posted by opus67 View Post
    Some more of the Simpsons and classical music.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btc4wEjhPDk
    Did anyone else think the conductor looked like Herbert Von Karajan?



    Last edited by Keemun; Aug-30-2007 at 15:04.

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    Wow. Now that you mention it, he does look a bit like HvK! Nice match with the pictures. (Although they have different hair-styles. )
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    Drat! Fox removed the clips from YouTube!
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