The connection of “text from last night” and Opera can be addictive. I’ll leave you some results for today. Enjoy!
I lack the skills in lol-cats slang to be able to appropriately render the synopsis of G.F.Handel’s Julius Caesar here. But I thought I’d make at least a few lolcats.
Well, I’ll give it a try.
Vivaldi’s “Cum dederit” from the Nisi Dominus always reminds me of a certain song — “Teardrop”, by Massive Attack. You might know it, as it was used as a title song for the TV-series House MD.
For those not familiar with the pieces, here are some samples.
I spent much time today rationalizing why I feel a strong dislike when I see this:
Just had a good time when I found this gif:
When Rowling mentioned — quite casually — that she always thought of Dumbledore as being gay since she started to shape the character, she seems to have brought the wrath of ages upon herself.
I have strange desires, wishes, and dreams, I admit it. (Other than “Peace for the world,” only speaking on my petty private scale now of course.)
They’re both outrageous and very modest at the same time. A perfect performance, involving perfect artists, for example: