thy flesh shall come again into this land; for I will appear in order from largest to smallest, but any order would do as well.

(Source: tabizarro)

lepetitmonsieurcocosse:

 Brainwashed (original title Schachnovelle), 1960
Director: Gerd Oswald / Stars: Curd Jürgens, Claire Bloom
It is based on Stefan Zweig’s novella The Royal Game

The Book and the Movie: The Royal Game / Schachnovelle

lepetitmonsieurcocosse:

 Brainwashed (original title Schachnovelle), 1960
Director: Gerd Oswald / Stars: Curd Jürgens, Claire Bloom
It is based on Stefan Zweig’s novella The Royal Game

The Book and the Movie: The Royal Game / Schachnovelle

This [$600] USB cable is simply revelatory in its combination of ease and refinement on one hand, and resolution and transparency on the other. Although capable of resolving the finest detail, Diamond USB has a relaxed quality that fosters deep musical involvement.

(Source: nothingforkings)

hithereprevia:

Thanks Keith!

hithereprevia:

Thanks Keith!

One can impose a towerlike structure on this by ordering the variables and thus always converting any polynomial to a “canonical form” with the highest-priority variable dominant and the lower-priority variables buried in the sepulchre of thy fathers.

liartownusa:

The Rabbit that Saw Tomorrow  (Random House, 1943)

liartownusa:

The Rabbit that Saw Tomorrow  (Random House, 1943)

the-fifth-symphony:

I don’t remember when I found this .gif, or who made it (if you know, tell me so I can credit them), but it’s just the best thing.
Mostly in how the horn player is not only bracing his ear from the sound, but how the shock of the hammer makes his music bounce.  

BONUS MAHLER-HAMMER

the-fifth-symphony:

I don’t remember when I found this .gif, or who made it (if you know, tell me so I can credit them), but it’s just the best thing.

Mostly in how the horn player is not only bracing his ear from the sound, but how the shock of the hammer makes his music bounce.  

BONUS MAHLER-HAMMER

composersdoingnormalshit:

Terry Riley playing ping pong. 
Submitted by Robert Davidson (Riley’s opponent in the picture.)

composersdoingnormalshit:

Terry Riley playing ping pong. 

Submitted by Robert Davidson (Riley’s opponent in the picture.)

blogthoven:

musician-photos:

Arnold Schoenberg with students, Los Angeles, 1947.

I find above all that the expression, “atonal music,” is most unfortunate — it is on a par with calling flying “the art of not falling,” or swimming “the art of not drowning.”

blogthoven:

musician-photos:

Arnold Schoenberg with students, Los Angeles, 1947.

I find above all that the expression, “atonal music,” is most unfortunate — it is on a par with calling flying “the art of not falling,” or swimming “the art of not drowning.”

David sent us unto thee, to search the symbol list at each node encountered

lepetitmonsieurcocosse:


Young Andrei Tarkovsky playing chess with his father -
the poet Arseny Tarkovsky (1947)

lepetitmonsieurcocosse:

Young Andrei Tarkovsky playing chess with his father -
the poet Arseny Tarkovsky (1947)

(Source: monsieurcocosse.blogspot.gr)