Sunday Music Written by 63mago RAMEAU (Ger., Eng.). Crank it to eleven. * * Advertisements ShareClick to print (Opens in new window)Click to email (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) 14 thoughts on “Sunday Music” You’re right, Rameau hits the spot. Danke Bravo Herr Mago! Perfect Sunday music. Alles gut zum die katzen! It started out peacefully and THEN … now I know my speakers are working again. @MJ: It’s such a fine line between stupid, and clever. David St. Hubbins Very nice. Thank you. Glad to have hit the spot, Roses … cigarette? Oh, the cats – hope the fiddles did not drive them under the carpet, XL! Good to hear that your speakers are working, MJ – a nice orage now and then is good for the atmosphere and removes the static noises. I feel guilty now, XL … I simply do not expect that someone really does what I say or recomment. As I learned St.Hubbins is the Patron Saint of Quality Footwear! Beautiful choice, Mago! What happens with XL’s cats? Don’t they like Rameau? No need to thank me, LGS, Minkowski and Le musicians de Louvre are responsible for this. I do not know, Leni – but it’s definitely no Katzenmusik! RJ und Lola mag eine kleine Katzenmusik! Ah, be careful, XL … A Katzenmusik is part of the bavarian folkore, it is used in a Haberfeldtreiben. That is a kind of court, a Feme. Last was held 2009 … The judge’s text is pretty harsh. But damn true. Haberfeldtreiben was prohibited in the 19th century because they had established a kind of authority besides the stately authority. It dates back at least in the 18th, I think even in the 17th century, from 1700 onwards there are written sources. It’s a Bavarian thing, not Franconian. The German is too advanced for me. But I did understand Katzenklavier! Ach! Oh, a Mouse Organ! The poorrr angels …. 🙂 Loved the music even if it took me a couple of days to hear it. Computer had the sound turned off when I received it from my son. I’m not complaining tho because he didn’t have to send me the computer. Comments are closed.