Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Take a Guess!

Go'an, guess mates! Who's the composer?

I'll even give you a hint: Hungarian gypsy music. After all, it's part of me heritage, dontcha know.

Too busy to post about the big boobs I saw in the woods. Also too busy to let you all know about how I'll fund the Fiji trip.

So, like, stay tuned! Eh?

3 comments:

scienceguy288 said...

Bartók is the only Hungarian composer that comes to mind.

la isla d'lisa said...

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov - no idea if he's Hungarian, it's just that this makes me think of Flight of the Bumblebee.

Alaskan Dave Down Under said...

Sciencebloke: Very good guess. But no, not Boutouk (many different spellings, Hungarian is a bitch to translate).

Lisa: It always reminds me more of the little flitty birds in the yard than the bumble bee. But hey, that's why everyone's different, eh. Rimsky Korsakov was Russian, and I feel that his Sheherezade symphonic suite was his best work --at least to my ear.

To the other hundreds of you (and the two above, thanks)... The answer is...

Leitov

The song is a traditional gypsy tune (means many 100's of years old) titled Ciocira.