Here are two versions of “Fanfare for The Common Man” by Aaron Copland. I don’t think you have ever heard anything quite like it. (I know I haven’t.) And here is a version by Emerson, Lake and Palmer that I am sure you’re gonna like!
This video on the cutouts done by Henri Matisse is definitely worth the price of admission:
Here is a little ditty That I think is almost heavenly I think it’s very witty And it premiered in 1870 It was written Peter Ilyad T. Whose birthday is May 7th It is 600 bars long, you see And here are the first eleven
William Shatner is flying on a jet And he is out of work It’s stormy out and it’s quite wet But he’s not Captain Kirk He’s travelling with his trophy wife Who tells him not to smoke She’s known him almost all his life And thinks he’s a splendid bloke But soon after the plane
The response to last week’s Twilight Zone episode summary in poem form was astounding! With that, here is a poem about the episode called “Dead Man’s Shoes.” A homeless man who lives alone And can’t afford to use a phone Is changed one night, but not by booze When he finds a pair of magic