So today’s tunes was supposed to be about comparing some classic composers. How you can listen to just a few notes from Mozart or Bach and know who composed it.

Their styles are so different.

In the movie about Mozart, the King is portrayed as saying “there are too many notes”. Continuing on about how there are only so many notes you can hear at a time.

This song has nothing to do with any of that.

It’s 0215 as I write this. Ms. Google tossed the following in my music queue and I lost it laughing.

NSFW if you have those types of people that are easily offended.

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  1. If you want a truly crazy example of “too many notes” (and yet, perfectly easy to follow), try “The Flight of the Bumblebee” by Rimsky-Korsakov. The most mindboggling version I know is the one played on the flute by James Galway. Mindboggling, because the entire piece is nonstop rapid fire notes, without any pause. Somehow Galway never runs out of air. (And no, it wasn’t tape splicing.)

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