If I were to leave humanity and if I was asked to chose only one thing to take with me from the whole history of the human civilization, I would chose this :
It means the absolute nirvana to me..
How I wish to listen it in real life from a good orchestra capable of playing it as good as Hungarian State Orchestra..
I watched only this episode of that series, I don’t even know the name of the thing. But the final of the episode was just awesome. I felt so stupid not noticing it, it was obvious but yet.. I didn’t know the characters, and I wasn’t paying that much attention since I wasn’t expecting anything that awesome from the series. My prejudice and me.. We have problems..
I couldn’t bring myself to watch any other episode because of the fear of it becoming something.. (well I couldn’t find the word for it. Something what? not so awesome?)
Ahaha, like a boss.
It’s so funny him being like “that’s how it’s done..” at the end..
I was listening to this masterpiece of Bach when I wondered how would it be to listening to music for the first time. I mean not for a new born child but for an adult whose ability to hear got just restored since his/her birth.
So, I searched for it on google. I thought some academician or some other people could have a video of it uploaded on the net. What I came up with was this story. Even though it’s not a video and even though it wasn’t the first time for a story to have that effect on me, it brought me to tears.
I’m pretty sure that I will not be able to listen to Mozart’s Lacrimosa ever again without remembering that moment I pictured on my mind while reading the story..