Wednesday, January 03, 2007

How to Write a Fugue


How to Write a Fugue
Andrew sent this to me. And my dad. We normally don't have similar tastes in these types of things, but he figured we woul deach appreciate different parts of it. He was right.

Mel, you'll probably like it as well.

9 comments:

Christine said...

i don't get it? anyone else?

what's the meaning for you and your dad, maybe then I'll get it!

Tracy said...

don't get it either...

Chris said...

My dad would appreciate it since he's such a musical type person, and I would appreciate it for the Britney reference.

Plus I thought it just turned out really well stylistically seeing how it's one guy doing all three "roles".

Christine said...

okay, I was assuming it was going to be a funny type thing but your right about it being good for one person's doing!

Christine said...

Hey, why doesn't Tracy blog?

Tracy said...

Me blog.... the pressure! I am the type who would never hit the accept button. I would rethink every post to perfection and hope every time I didn't offend anyone, did I spell every thing right, is it in the right context, etc. Then I would have to come up with topics and would feel the pressure to write something every day. YOu get the picture. I am much better at visiting everyone else! Besides, who would read it!

Maybe Terry and I could do twin blog!

Chris said...

I think we need to exert some peer pressure and get Tracy blogging. You posted on the dorm blog! You can do it! And no need to post daily. I woudl say my average is every 5-7 days.

~Mel said...

Tracy & Terry both need their own blogs!!! PEER PRESSURE! It'll give me something else to read at lunch!


Chris, the sound at work is fixed so I'll watch this during lunch today.

~Mel said...

Yeah, watching that fugue youtube thing, I got confused