“While working, I suddenly heard a noise and looked up to find Robert Hughes, the art critic of Time magazine, staring at me in disbelief. ‘But you’re Philip Glass! What are you doing here?’ It was obvious that I was installing his dishwasher and I told him I would soon be finished. ‘But you are an artist,’ he protested. I explained that I was an artist but that I was sometimes a plumber as well and that he should go away and let me finish.”
“While working, I suddenly heard a noise and looked up to find Robert Hughes, the art critic of Time magazine, staring at me in disbelief. ‘B...”
- Bach:Guten (guten) Tag (tag)
- Beethoven:Gu-guten TAAAG! Gu-guten TAAAG!
- Brahms:*smashes wall with a piano* *waves hand* Guten Taaaag!
- Gershwin:Good morning, sunshine!
- Grieg:For God's sake, don't make me say that.
- Ivor Cutler:Good morning how are you SHUT UUUUUP.
- Mozart:Guten TaAaAaAaAaAaAaAaAaAaAaAag!
- Mussorgsky:...who set the moon of fire?
Composer stereotypes as described by cats
Inspired by the many “as described by cats” posts circulating in the music part of tumblr. I’ve been meaning to make this for awhile, but never got around to it. So here, I give you, in no particular order: Brahms Cat: Elgar Cat: Liszt Cat: Haydn and Mozart cats, respectively...
“You practice and you get better. It’s very simple.”
Heart Of Glass