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Started by Hardy Heinlin, Fri, 2 Dec 2011 04:03
Quote from: Hardy Heinlinmy circadian rythm has been running on a 25-hour-cycle
Quote from: mcdonarI too feel that Lark Ascending is a tremendous piece of music.However, for me, music for a long night flight into sunrise just has to be Sibelius' tone poem "Nightride and Sunrise". The recording under Eugen Jochum is one of the best on YouTube:www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9s3M7QWEa8
Quote from: Hardy HeinlinI think these coughing people are afraid of coughing in the most silent parts, it's a kind of phobia. Because of their fear of coughing they get a dry throat causing a cough reflex.
Quote from: Jeroen HoppenbrouwersTo remain on topic: the panel you see below is from a 747-100 Flight Engineer Station, with a few Service Bulletins applied to it.
Quote from: Jeroen HoppenbrouwersWell, in terms of bluff organ playing, Keith Emerson deserves a place of honour anyway.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1T97KbV_mq0&t=1m20s
Quote from: Shiv MathurGreetings, HardyI fully agree that the first video sounds much warmer and smootherthan the second. Do you think part of the reason is the recording quality?Amazingly, there is actually no drum at the place you mention (althoughit certainly sounds like it). It's actually the Contrabasses playing (a 5th) pizzicato.Here's the 2 bars leading to it:which segues to ... THE MOMENT !(The Contrabass, of course, play an octave lower than written.)Interesting, I thought.shiv