Oh by the way, folks,
Today we celebrate the birthday of Julius Rietz, born in 1812. He was a music composer.
I was just wondering something. Suppose you wanted to record a buncha music onto a playlist that would select a composition at random, but with the limitation that once a piece of music is played it would not be played again for at least two weeks and would not be played during the same hour of the day for at least a year. Is there enough classical music that's ever been composed to do that?
I've concluded, from the sheer number of composers listed in my Composers Birthdays Source List, that, yes, there certainly must be! Even if I severely edit the list to include stuff I really like exceptionally well!
And here's a rumor I have not yet heard from any source I consider reliable, but if it's true, it's a Very Good Thing! A&E Network has supposedly re-decided to not fire Phil Robertson from the Duck Dynasty show. Yes, folks, anybody who wants to cream their brain on that sorta crap oughta have max opportunity to do so!
Today looks like it's gonna be a very nice day. Maybe I might even dig a few Jerusalem Artichokes.
Signs of life