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Gm My morning soundtrack today. I love Granados arranged for guitar. But this cello arrangement gives me goosebumps, esp my favorite part of the piece 2:10~ just has more drama played on a cello. https://youtu.be/rjgc_2-gWXw?si=PWN0QqfPrYY4JQB1
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The beginning of this prelude by villa lobos is perfect practice for shifting, from 1 - 12 it's all happening on the first page.
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The perfect pen doesn't exi....
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First attempt at orange coconut cake. It turned out quite yummy.
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It always struck me as funny too
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Today I was listening to Brahms Symphony No.1 and it made me think about the contrast between industrialization speeding everything up, while romantic composers did the opposite in their music. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLD_2vnMkL8
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This is the perfect soundtrack to watch conversation in a discord server after a token launch - when the grinders hurl abuse. But it's also perfect in many other ways. https://youtu.be/X6cogix3cwQ?si=m5_LFw0ZbZYDkXpP
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Ofc... he's in an open relationship. I'm starting to think I am the weird one cause I don't have at least one open relationship, nor am I interested in the concept đź’€ Modern problems.
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For me, paragraph is the place where I stopped caring about the numbers. After all,t hey only tell a fraction of the story. The real impact is elsewhere imo.
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I just matched with someone I walked past at the Opera on Sunday. It made me think I should go to the Opera/Concerts more and say hi to interesting-looking strangers. Maybe not on mothers day tho, as seemingly all of them were there with their mums - which felt a little too high of a bar🤣
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I've just known Piazzolla Cafe 1930, arranged for flute and guitar, but I thoroughly enjoyed this one. Maybe a lil clarinet-pilled now. https://youtu.be/ss8XZWtipEI?si=i91qmq1LbiFMsXP1&t=2570
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She probably was onto something.
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Happens.
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Me struggling with Bach. Will get there eventually. Also might need a page turner. Or just learn by heart. That's always an option.
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I figured, why limit myself to novels when plays exist. Time to catch up on some German Classics this month: Goethe, Schiller, and Dürrenmatt. Any further recommendations welcome. 🤗
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Prompted by all the posters telling me to vote for one party over the other, I started thinking about Propaganda. I feel there's not enough talk about the ability to drown out the truth instead of simply censoring in this space...
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Had to buy this when I saw it. No regrets.
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The more I learn about Nietzsche, the more I'm convinced people aren't doing him right by portraying him as the poster boy for nihilisim. If anything, he seems to encourage being life-affirming, and striving to find purpose in world making it hard to find meaning.
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Rap and Classical Music, a match made in heaven. Oh, and it's highly political, hence the name Machiavelli for these sessions. https://youtu.be/2TSo8vxIbNE?si=bh3PzKKCY_u6tCZt
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Finally got around to reading "Lifecycle of Software Objects" by Ted Chiang. "With great power comes great responsibility, especially when it comes to shaping the minds of artificial intelligences." Felt highly relevant. It's just 110ish pages, but full of food for though.
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