Here’s a small piano piece I wrote one evening back in early January. It means an awful lot to me because of reasons; this is an electronic rendering, and, strange to say, I think I curiously prefer it in this form (though it’s also nice to play acoustically, certainly).
do u guys understand how creepy the pledge of allegiance is though like every day when ur a kid everybody just chants how great america is every morning it’s creepy
You do that every morning???
is this a real thing i thought that was just in the simpsons
Wait, other countries don’t do this.
*whispers* Not even Russia
In high school I refused to take part in it. There was no thought to standing and reciting the words and I don’t like mindless/thoughtless gestures like that. I got in trouble, of course, but in my mind there was more intent/exercise of freedom in not saying it and remaining seated than mindlessly capitulating with a system that felt very much like brainwashing.
No other countries have their presidents’ faces carved onto the side a massive cliff either
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Me playing Go From My Window on lute. It’s traditional English song, and this arrangement for solo lute is also anonymous. John Dowland wrote some much more complicated variations on this tune.
About halfway in I make a mistake but I decided not to do another take because it sounds like the lute’s voice is breaking.