Classic work, Dalloway :)iPod white -- wonder how our usages/references change with time! :)wishes, devika
i like.miminal.u experimentor.
good one emma
I love the minimalist aspect of this work – just great Emma…
Hmn, Bach -> painting the wall -> iPod. After heavy clouded night my dark gray HP shouting: Welcome!
The classics strikes again, Love this connection , bravo!
Simply lovely... : )
I love the contrast of Bach and the iPod!Classic...
oh this is so funny! I'm listening to Bach on my iPod right now!! :)
: )Bach happens to be my favorite composer. When I was 2 years old, I would only listen to Bach- **exclusively**. This didn't change until I was 12. By that age I finally began to admit that maybe *all* the other composers (whoever they were) weren't *maybe* third tier knock-offs of JS Bach. I think he's my guardian angel. No matter where I am, just when I'm feeling blue, I'll hear his music from the most unlikely places. I've met him in my dreams, but I digress...
Excellent Emma - love the simplicity yet superb contrast. Bach is also one of my favorite composers.
Bach will do it to you.
This makes me smile. I love it that "I-pod white" is a color in our world today...and I, too, am listening to Bach at this very moment...nothing like cello music on a Sunday afternoon. :)
I've heard of Bach. Was he is the Beach Boys?
delighted to find so many Bach fans out there! Better stick to Morrissey, Harps
@ Patrick: I do understand that very much. @ Dalloway: bb and pp - the sound of this beat-per-syllable-vers has been typed in a very special way which touches me a lot. Generation iPod - enough data, less leisure.Best wishesRalf
I'm very into decorating haiku at the moment, so this is well read. And 'ipod white' is an inspired phrase!
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