Friday, July 20, 2007

Get that person a fellowship!

Peter Kaye introduces us to the academia of the streets, the musicology of the masses. Of course, such excellent scholarship uses movable Do solfege as is right and proper.

4 comments:

Peter (the other) said...

Oh No! I hope I didn't imply this was something I created. It is Phil Tagg's work, who really should be brought to many schools in the USA for his entertaining and enlightening work.

Elaine Fine said...

This is GREAT Scott! I'm going to use it, as well as Phil Tagg's other work, in my first music appreciation classes of the coming semester. Boy has YouTube changed the way I teach!

Hucbald said...

Hilarious. But... I use movable Do. Is that bad?

Scott Spiegelberg said...

Hucbald, if you followed my link you would see that I am a strong proponent of movable Do solfege.