Dan Everett posted shared this on his Facebook page and I thought I’d say a few words about her playing. I managed to find it on YouTube:
The commenters there identify the piece as Sonatina in D Major, Op 36, No 6 by Muzio Clementi. I wouldn’t have guessed that, but then, I simply don’t know Clementi. But that’s irrelevant.
I want to talk about her playing. Actually, I want to talk about how she uses her body. She plays with her body, as any halfway decent musician does. Look at how her upper body moves once she’s underway. That’s not merely a matter of moving her arms back and forth in front of the keyboard, it is some of that. It’s mostly keeping the groove and it’s setting the muscle tone in which her arms and fingers make the more differentiated movements that activate the keys.
How is it possible that a few posts scattered here at Mostly Harmless and on some of myother blogs last night led to their being more easily findable on google than anything Studio Dongo has posted on Guccifer 2.0 over the last several weeks? Anyone who understands google search algorithms better than me, please feel free to respond!
have you been able to find any good sources on it through google searches?
Just to be clear, I had not been aware of or following the story until one of my best friends started blogging about it in mid-June. As he’s been writing about his experiences going down that particular rabbit hole, I’ve started looking for other sources. Not very hard, to be sure. And I know that I’ve been on leave from blogging for awhile, but what ever happened to google’s blog search? Back in the bad old days, I was at least able to find a wide range of voices on almost any topic, no matter how obscure. But when I search “Guccifer 2.0” on google, I get nothing interesting or new. If I Continue reading “This Is about Guccifer 2.0, not Golf”
Apologies to my regular readers for taking this mini-sabbatical from Mostly Harmless! Probably the main reason I’ve been too busy to blog has been all the extra time I’ve been putting into meeting with my students this past month to consult with them on their critical essays and final research projects. Although most of them chose not to do web authoring projects, a good number did; here are links to their work: