Wednesday, September 23, 2009

TVD Ghost Notes

Most likely in a testament to some personal fortitude, I often find that I can look back on horrible experiences or times of duress...with some fondness.

I mean, it doesn’t happen right away, but the gamut of experience infuses me with an appreciation for a time of crisis, most often after some reasonable time has expired.

I can’t say why this is and I’m largely thinking (er, typing) out loud, but there you have it.

“A grace note is a kind of music notation used to denote several kinds of musical ornaments. When occurring by itself, a single grace note normally indicates the intention of either an appoggiatura or an acciaccatura. When they occur in groups, grace notes can be interpreted to indicate any of several different classes of ornamentation, depending on interpretation...

...The term grace note is sometimes colloquially used in a metaphorical sense to indicate concerns which are of secondary importance to that which is of primary concern. For example, in planning a banquet, one might consider the decision of the color of napkins to be used to be a 'grace note' in relation to deciding the courses that would be offered on the menu.”

Fossil - Josephine Baker (Mp3)
Vanilla Swingers - I'll Stay Next To You (Mp3)
The Finn Brothers - Disembodied Voices (Mp3)
The Pale Fountains - Just A Girl (Mp3)
The Police - Invisible Sun (Mp3)

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