Thanks for the Vivaldi Concerto. I'm far from being an expert on any type of music, let alone classical music, but from a layman's perspective, it's possible the concerto contained a few too many notes, something the almost perfect Mozart was want to do in a few of his compositions.
sovashadow wrote: Completely Random: isamorph after learning about discrete mathematics, I appreciate your username that much more.
Completely random is basically how I got that user name, although I do try to be discreet about my ignorance of mathematics. I think I mentioned before that I picked my username many years ago when I had selected a few names while setting up my private Youtube channel that were already taken, and so, perhaps from something I read in the past, I just willy nilly came up with "isamorph" on the spot because I assumed it would not have been taken already. Funny, I saw today where there is a Youtube channel called "Isa Morph", and that isamorph is an actual word. Maybe I'll consider changing my real name to isamorph, since my current real is rather commonplace and boring. But, then, what's in a name?
Thanks for the "Uncut" version of a classic. Since I've been using a smartphone, my attention span has somehow been considerably reduced, so I listened to it in two parts, six minutes each. Here's another classic that I may have to listen to in three sessions. Seriously, though, it's a shame that someone creates something that is meant to be experienced in its entirety, yet it must be edited or shortened so it will not be too much for people to experience at one time. Anyway, the final performance for Iron Butterfly, thank goodness.