What are you listening to right now?

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J.S.Bach’s youngest son, Johann Christian Bach, also known as the London Bach, is one of the people who is responsible for the copyright laws pertaining to music. What a shame, he wrote very nice music. He was also one of young Mozart’s teachers.

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Selected for me today by https://1001albumsgenerator.com/ was the eponymous debut of Violent Femmes :notes:

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today elle fitzgerald is suggested to me by https://1001albumsgenerator.com.
good choice

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wau thanks for sharing these are my fav sounds of instruments… :wink:
:saxophone: :drum: :violin:

one of those guys who should actually study mathematics and then got stuck on the drums

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i was digging some stuff and found this music i listened to this about 10years ago, i kind found it by accident

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The Frog Galliard

Now, O now, I needs must part,
Parting though I absent mourn.
Absence can no joy impart:
Joy once fled cannot return.
While I live I needs must love,
Love lives not when Hope is gone.
Now at last Despair doth prove,
Love divided loveth none.

:frog:  Sad despair doth drive me hence,
       This despair unkindness sends.
       If that parting be offence,
       It is she which then offends.

Dear, when I am from thee gone,
Gone are all my joys at once.
I loved thee and thee alone,
In whose love I joyed once.
And although your sight I leave,
Sight wherein my joys do lie,
Till that death do sense bereave,
Never shall affection die.

:frog:  Sad despair…

Dear if I do not return
Love and I shall die together,
For my absence never mourn,
Whom you might have joyed ever.
Part we must, though now I die.
Die I do to part with you.
Him despair doth cause to lie,
Who both lived and died true.

:frog:  Sad despair…

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