Aiming to have my life together by the time I reached my mid-twenties


thelyrical-soprano:

okay but who is totally ready for auditions and concerts and recitals and ensembles and crying in a practice room till 3 AM am i right

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myampgoesto11:

Jeffrey Michael Austin: Eternally Composed 

Eternally Composed is an ongoing series of infinitely looping music compositions.
Ink on paper, 9 x 12”

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bachtothefugue:

listening to Vivaldi always puts a little

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in my step

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setharooni:

super friendly straight guys are the best but also the worst

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disordinary:

my scary pumpkin.

disordinary:

my scary pumpkin.

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abcclassic2:

We gave you the 10 worst classical music covers, and so here are 10 of the very best covers of the last few decades….we’re sensing a theme…

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mymodernmet:

Cambridgeshire-based artist Chris Wood's beautiful, geometric arrangements of colorful glass create dazzling reflections and projections of light.

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mezzomusica:

What if I told you….

mezzomusica:

What if I told you….

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When Liszt first began as Kapellmeister in Weimar (1842), it astonished the orchestra that he said: ‘O please, gentlemen, a little bluer, if you please! This tone type requires it!’ Or: ‘That is a deep violet, please, depend on it! Not so rose!’ First the orchestra believed Liszt just joked; more later they got accustomed to the fact that the great musician seemed to see colors there, where there were only tones.
Anonymous, as quoted in Friedrich Mahling, p. 230. (via de-es-ce-ha)

Liszt was synesthesic? That’s the coolest thing

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shirtlessmetapod:

This pie chart describes me perfectly.

shirtlessmetapod:

This pie chart describes me perfectly.

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