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?


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...


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