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December 31, 2010

Mouret: Fanfare and Rondeau

Here’s a hint: Exquisite music for exquisite television.

December 30, 2010

Beethoven: Violin Sonata

Here’s a hint: A cinematic look at the mind of a musical genius.

December 29, 2010

Copland: Our Town

Here’s a hint: Strolling down the street in Grover’s Corners.

December 28, 2010

Winter Escape

1725 was a busy year for this Italian composer: he produced four operas, but also his most famous series of violin concerti. The sonnet for the winter concerto describes biting snow, stinging winds, and accidents on the ice. The music of the winter concerto evokes these wintertime characteristics with chilling musical effects.

December 28, 2010

Sousa: Liberty Bell March

Here’s a hint: We’re marching to the beat of a different drum!

December 27, 2010

Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 3

Here’s a hint: It’s a tour-de-force if there ever was one!

December 24, 2010

Carol of the Bells

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: A tintinnabulation of tinsel!

December 23, 2010

Praetorius: Es ist ein Rose Entsprungen

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: A flower of legend.

December 22, 2010

Anderson: Sleigh Ride

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: Jingling and ringling.

December 21, 2010

Ho ho ho!

The story for this opera came from a tale by a famous Russian author, which originally appeared in a collection of short stories written in a folkloric style. The plot concerns a young blacksmith who must capture the Devil in a sack and fly on his back to St. Petersburg in a scheme to procure the Empress’s slippers.

December 21, 2010

Bach: Christmas Oratorio

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: Tidings of great joy.

December 20, 2010

Smetana, Bartered Bride: Overture

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: A matrimonial marketplace.

December 17, 2010

Monk: Misterioso

Here’s a hint: out of the monastery and into the recording studio…

December 16, 2010

Glass: Dracula

Here’s a hint: spooky silence gets a makeover… or a classic mystery, in the looking “glass”…

December 15, 2010

Liszt: Unstern

Here’s a hint: a mysterious heavenly body…

December 14, 2010

Beethoven: Piano Trio

Here’s a hint: music that goes “bump” in the night…

December 13, 2010

Mozart: Requiem Aeternam

Here’s a hint: a misconstrued musical murder mystery…

December 10, 2010

Nicolai: Merry Wives of Windsor

Here’s a hint: It’s Shakespeare. . . with a German twist!

December 9, 2010

Tomkins: When David Heard

Here’s a hint: Music from the of time Shakespeare himself!

December 8, 2010

Shostakovich: Hamlet

Here’s a hint: A dramatic fight to the death!

December 7, 2010

Ancient History

After the scandalous success of another “ancient” opera, this composer was worried that people would think he was repeating himself. But he now turned to a Greek drama by Sophocles, in which the daughter and son of a murdered king exact a terrible revenge. Unlike his earlier opera, on this one he turned to a collaborator for the first of many works

December 7, 2010

Finzi: Let Us Garlands Bring

Here’s a hint: A beautiful 20th-century take on an English master.

December 6, 2010

Verdi: Macbeth Excerpts

Here’s a hint: Witches certainly know how to have fun while casting spells!

December 3, 2010

Chaplin: Theme from "Limelight"

Here’s a hint: hypochondriacs can use a good laugh…

December 2, 2010

Shostakovich: March from "Love for 3 Oranges"

Here’s a hint: hypochondriacs can use a good laugh…

December 1, 2010

Paganini: Caprice no. 13

Here’s a hint: a devilishly tricky work…

November 30, 2010

Musical Football

The composer wrote this piece for the Chicago Grand Opera company in 1919, and it stands as one of his more immediate successes. However, New York critics decried its extremely high budget. The original librettist wrote this mock fairy tale as a reaction to the criticism he received from his contemporaries that said his stories lacked originality.

November 30, 2010

Kabalevsky: Suite from "The Comedians"

Here’s a hint: a kooky communist commotion!

November 29, 2010

Haydn: String Quartet no. 30

Here’s a hint: a funny foursome…

November 26, 2010

Ives: Holiday Symphony

Can you guess this piece? Here's a hint: a composer with “four fathers”?

November 25, 2010

Copland: Variations on a Shaker Hymn

Can you guess this piece? Here's a hint: Shaking out some thanks.

November 24, 2010

Mozart: Abduction from the Seraglio Overture

Can you guess this piece? Here's a hint: An entirely different kind of Turkey.

November 23, 2010

Catching some Zzz's

Can you name this tune? Put on your dancing shoes and let your imagination run wild…

November 23, 2010

Beethoven: Symphony No. 6: Shepherd's Thanks

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: We can see clearly now, the rain has gone…

November 22, 2010

J. S. Bach: A Musical Offering

Can you guess this piece? Here's a hint: thanks or no-thanks?

November 19, 2010

Giordano: Andrea Chenier Excerpt

Here’s a hint: Sometimes you just gotta “wing it”!

November 18, 2010

Berlioz: Damnation of Faust

Here’s a hint: Be careful what you wish for!

November 17, 2010

Sibelius: "Introduction” from Kullervo

Here’s a hint: This composer was inspired by the folklore of his native land.

November 16, 2010

The Meetings of the Mind

Can you name this tune? Here's a hint: one of twenty...

November 16, 2010

Haydn: The Heavens are Telling

Here’s a hint: The greatest story ever told. . . and set to music!

November 15, 2010

Bernstein: Candide Overture

Here’s a hint: We’re taking a madcap journey around the globe!

November 12, 2010

Arlen: Stormy Weather

Here’s a hint: cloudy, with a 65% chance of tap-dancing…

November 11, 2010

Purcell: Arise Ye Subterranean Winds

Here’s a hint: shipwrecks are in the forecast…

November 10, 2010

Debussy: Three Nocturnes

Here’s a hint: cloudy into the night…

November 9, 2010

Fund Drive!

It's that one time of the year when we ask you to call in with a pledge of support for WFIU and the musical fun and frustration you enjoy from Ether Game!

November 9, 2010

Verdi: Otello

Here’s a hint: cloudy with a chance of smothering…

November 8, 2010

Beethoven: Symphony No. 6

Here’s a hint: good day for a wedding, but watch for thunderstorms!

November 5, 2010

Starr: War

Here’s a hint: protesting all the way to the top of the charts…

November 4, 2010

Adams: Nixon in China

Here’s a hint: ping-pong for peace…

November 3, 2010

Handel: Alexander's Feast

Here’s a hint: music moves us…

November 2, 2010

Steiner: Gone With the Wind Excerpt

Here’s a hint: history catches on fire…

November 1, 2010

Berlioz: Song of War

Here’s a hint: war leaves the Emerald Isle…

October 29, 2010

Walton: Lilly O'Grady

Here’s a hint: saying silly songs seriously…

October 28, 2010

Offenbach: "Student Chorus" Tales of Hoffman

Here’s a hint: beware of poets bearing beverages…

October 27, 2010

Liszt: Transcendental Etude

Here’s a hint: a “test” of musical skill…

October 26, 2010

Ravel: Jeu d'Eau

Here’s a hint: not a “passing mark” in the judges’ eyes…

October 25, 2010

Spooky Stuff

This famous opera’s overture leaves little doubt that sinister things lie ahead. The harrowing opening chords reappear at the climax, in which a ghost appears to drag his daughter’s seducer down to hell. Although, when this work was composed, this composer’s operas were more popular outside his hometown, it has become one of his signature works.

October 25, 2010

Bach: "Kyrie" B minor mass

Here’s a hint: a rare trip into Latin territory…

October 22, 2010

Glinka: Ruslan and Ludmilla Overture

Here’s a hint: It’s a work from what many call the “founder” of Russian classical music.

October 21, 2010

Dvorak: Rusalka aria

Here’s a hint: Think of it as the song “Part of Your World”. . . in Czech!

October 20, 2010

Stravinsky: "Infernal Dance" from The Firebird

Here’s a hint: It’s an intense setting of a popular Russian fairy tale.

October 19, 2010

Rossini: La Cenerentola aria

Here’s a hint: A price searches for his bride in this operatic classic.

October 18, 2010

Tall Tales

Ether Game asks: can you name this tune? Pierre can’t bear to lose her head again.

October 18, 2010

Tchaikovsky: Sleeping Beauty Waltz

Here’s a hint: It’s a piece about a princess who takes a VERY long nap.

October 15, 2010

Mozart: Don Giovanni

Here’s a hint: Wait! Which opera are we listening to?

October 14, 2010

Brahms: Variations on Haydn Theme

Here’s a hint: A Romantic German composer pays homage to his musical hero.

October 13, 2010

Rachmaninoff: Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini

Here’s a hint: Two virtuosos come together in a musical showstopper!

October 12, 2010

Bach: A Mighty Fortress

Here’s a hint: It features two German innovators from two centuries apart.

October 11, 2010

What do Critics Know?

The success of this composer’s first symphony left him on top of the world. But his toppling was probably orchestrated in the form of Hostile, threatening reviews because he was so famous. Whether or not he “meant it,” his next, far more conventional fifth symphony was self-described as a “response to just criticism.”…

October 11, 2010

Beethoven: Variations on a Theme

Here’s a hint: It’s a favorite piece among cellists!

October 8, 2010

Antheil: Symphony for 5 Instruments

Here’s a hint: Paris, we have lift-off…

October 7, 2010

Gossec: Symphony in D

Here’s a hint: a composer who kept a good head on his shoulders…

October 6, 2010

Verdi: Ora e per sempre addio

Here’s a hint: his master’s voice…

October 5, 2010

Josquin: Vultum Tuum Deprecabuntur

Here’s a hint: music hot off the presses…

October 4, 2010

Capital Idea

It would be a “capitol” idea to visit this city! Our composer was sometimes better appreciated here than in his native Vienna, and some of his operas were premiered here. Discover the solution to this puzzle on Ether Game, Tuesday evenings at 8. For more musical fun and frustration, check our website at wfiu dot o-r-g slash ether game.

October 4, 2010

Beethoven: Wellington's Victory

Here’s a hint: tick tock, boom boom…

October 1, 2010

Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue

Here’s a hint: It’s the perfect union of jazz and classical music.

September 30, 2010

Shostakovich: Jazz Suite No. 2

Here’s a hint: It’s a Russian twist on America’s music.

September 29, 2010

Puente: Oye como va

Here’s a hint: It’s the signature chart of a famous Latin Jazz musician.

September 28, 2010

Faster Than a Speeding Bullet

This opera tells the story of the Babylonian captivity with a sultry brew of longhaired strongmen, scheming ladies, and some pretty steamy dancing. Things might not go well for our hero once his girlfriend learns the secret of his strength. But he still has a trick up his sleeve, and his captors have danced their last exotic dance…

September 28, 2010

Gershwin: I Got Plenty O’ Nuttin'

Here’s a hint: It’s a jazz standard taken from the Great White Way.

September 27, 2010

Joplin: The Easy Winners

Here’s a hint: It’s a big hit from the king of ragtime.

September 25, 2010

Monteverdi: I Blaze, I Burn

Here's a hint: a hunk of burnin' love...

September 23, 2010

Satie: Cold Pieces

Here's a hint: leave that score in the freezer...

September 22, 2010

Piazzolla: Summer in Buenos Aires

Here's a hint: how the other half lives...

September 21, 2010

Schubert: Winterreise

Here's a hint: cold emotions...

September 20, 2010

Gussying Up

This macabre story concerns an insane Victorian barber who slaughters his clients and delivers them to his enterprising downstairs neighbor to bake into meat pies. In the meantime, he runs a mean business, despite the interference of some colorful competitors….

September 20, 2010

Mozart: Don Giovanni Excerpts

Here's a hint: The dinner date from hell...

September 17, 2010

Franz Schubert: September

Can you guess this piece? Here's a hint: so much better than the "first" songs...

September 16, 2010

Copland: Lincoln Portrait

Can you guess this piece? Here's a hint: great American leaders...

September 15, 2010

Bela Bartok: New Year's Greetings

Can you guess this piece? Here's a hint: Happy New Year! Now get practicing!

September 14, 2010

Count Basie: April in Paris

Can you guess this piece? Here's a hint: better than February in Brussels...

September 13, 2010

Don't Quit Your Day Job

This work, the composer's only opera, took nearly twenty years to write, and was never fully finished! After the composer’s death, several of his friends completed the opera for him. Famous for its exotic dances, the opera dramatizes a medieval conflict between a growing empire and a nomadic tribe.

September 13, 2010

Fanny Mendelssohn: November

Can you guess this piece? Here's a hint: go to the back of the calendar and back up a step...

September 10, 2010

Frederic Chopin: Etudes

Can you guess this piece? Here's a hint: artful practice...

September 9, 2010

Bela Bartok: Mikrokosmos

Can you guess this piece? Here's a hint: awwww, cute little universe!...

September 8, 2010

Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 55

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: Papa teacher

September 7, 2010

Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade

Here's a hint: one thousand and one stories in one symphonic suite...

September 6, 2010

Loves Me, Loves Me Not

This classic Broadway musical explores racism with a very old story, substituting modern ethnic rivalries for medieval Italian families. Although the composer had made his reputation already as a composer and conductor, it was the Broadway debut for its lyricist, who went on to write words and music for countless classic shows.

September 6, 2010

Benjamin Britten: A Guide to the Orchestra

Here's a hint: Henry Purcell in the 20th century...

September 3, 2010

Claude Debussy: La Mer

Here’s a hint: pretty as a picture…

September 2, 2010

Franz Schubert: Am Meer

Here’s a hint: water, water, everywhere…

September 1, 2010

Erich Korngold: The Sea Hawk

Here’s a hint: yo! ho-ho, and an Academy Award…

August 31, 2010

Mom and Dad

In this film, a young man with an overbearing mother and a horrible secret runs the sort of motel you wouldn’t want to check into. The composer of the score was known for using unorthodox instrumentation rather than standard studio orchestras. For this film, he used only a small string ensemble to focus and intensity the film’s stark brutality.

August 31, 2010

Claudio Monteverdi: Ave Maris Stella

Here’s a hint: faith rides the waves…

August 30, 2010

Felix Mendelssohn: Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage

Here’s a hint: smooth sailing…

August 27, 2010

Goethe, Gounod And An Operatic Staple

Here’s a hint: You don’t always have to do what the devil says!

August 26, 2010

The Devil's Trill, Resurrected

Here’s a hint: It’s a work that was way ahead of its time.

August 25, 2010

Judgement Day And Verdi's Requiem Mass Of The Dead

Here’s a hint: It’s music that’s meant to scare the pants off of you!

August 24, 2010

Rockstars Of The Romantic Era: Niccolò Paganini

Here’s a hint: This guy is good . . . maybe too good. . .

August 23, 2010

Around the Clock

This composer found the poetry of older generations particularly appealing. The poet who wrote these lines, for example, had died around the time the composer was born. But he managed to find current, relevant emotions in these older poems, setting them as two song-cycles for voice and orchestra during a time of great personal crisis…

August 23, 2010

Death Plays A Mean Fiddle

Here’s a hint: There are weird things going down the graveyard tonight!

August 20, 2010

Pure Kismet: Alexander Borodin's "In The Steppes Of Central Asia"

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: Music that is pure kismet

August 19, 2010

A Memorable List: Handel's "Israel in Egypt" And The Ten Plagues

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: Bugs, frogs, and darkness, oh my!

August 18, 2010

Holst's Jupiter And Galileo's Heliocentric Universe

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: Celestial wanderers

August 17, 2010

The Origin of "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" (Not Bach)

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: A human craving for happiness.

August 16, 2010

The Most Boring Classical Music Composition, Twice

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: A love letter for Spillville.

August 16, 2010

Dancing the Night Away

Ether Game asks: can you name this tune? Listen closely to see if anything “strikes a spark”…

August 13, 2010

Edward Elgar's "Caractacus" ...and Ian Fleming?

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: Pomp and circumstance for the Roman age.

August 12, 2010

British Traditions: The Origins Of "God Save The Queen"

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: A patriotic melody fit for many nations.

August 11, 2010

Did Henry VIII Really Write Greensleeves?

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: that’s what you get for rolling around in the grass in your Oxford!

August 10, 2010

A British Tune, As Heard By A German Composer

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: A reign of encyclopedic proportions.

August 9, 2010

At the Museum

Following the death of an artistic friend, this composer attended a posthumous exhibition of his. The inspiration for this movement was a blueprint, but the architectural marvel it depicted didn’t actually exist! Although the plan was officially approved, it was never constructed, and this musical tribute is the closest it came to being realized…

August 9, 2010

Where Was The Premiere Of "The Pirates Of Penzance"?

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: the very model of a modern comic opera…

August 1, 2010

Hazardous to Your Health

Although Italian by birth, he served the king of France first as a ballet dancer. His musical compositions soon received official support, making him one of the most successful and influential composer around. He struck his foot with a large time-keeping baton during a performance of this piece, and the wound became infected causing his early death

July 27, 2010


This selection quotes a centennial scripture. Together with the work that was composed immediately before this piece, the two are the most overt in their themes based on the religious and ethnic identity of the composer. The first has been described as a work often at the edge of despair, while this music is joyful and at times serene.

July 20, 2010

In Memoriam

The true nature of this piece lies in a 20th century event: the composer adopted the style of another composer in this deeply personal work that remembers his friends lost in the First World War. When he was confronted for the light-hearted nature of this elegy, he replied, “The dead are sad enough, in their eternal silence.”

July 13, 2010

The List List

Few philanderers can match the tenacity of the main character and antagonist of this well-known story. He measures his conquests by the page, and isn’t afraid to fault his devious nature. All of this running around makes punishment certain. The charlatan’s nature is exposed and all the lists in the world can’t keep him from his due reward.

July 6, 2010

Merry Old England

The score for this epic story was cobbled together from a couple of different sources. One of those sources was originally published in ten volumes totaling nearly ten thousand individual lines of verse. And most written while the author was blind! After its initial success, the libretto was recast in the language of the composer’s home country.

June 29, 2010


This composer was the first American conductor of the New York Philharmonic and composed in both classical and popular fields. During his career cigarettes became something of his trademark, but later he became increasingly addicted to alcohol and drugs. He eventually developed lung cancer and died of cardiac arrest following lung failure.

June 22, 2010


This composer was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, but lived in New York City until he was 16. He was invited to return to Argentina to play and arrange for a tango orchestra. He further developed his musical talents by studying with Alberto Ginastera Nadia Boulanger. He later began turning his attention to developing a new style of tango.

June 15, 2010


The holiday commemorated here is observed on a different date from one that’s celebrated in the West. The celebrations date all the way back to the age of paganism and early Christianity in that country. Most of the themes incorporated in the piece depict aspects of the country's liturgical music and pagan celebrations of the past.

June 8, 2010


This score was written just shortly after the composer penned an otherworldly TV theme, but the music heard here is no less chilling. A case of mistaken identity turns into a nightmare for a New York business executive when thugs presume he is out to stop their operation. Discover the solution to this puzzle on Ether Game, Tuesday evenings at 8.

June 1, 2010

The Job Market

This American composer had to take on several other odd jobs, including an insurance salesman, in order to make a living. This composer loved to think outside the box when it came to composing music, and while he never achieved significant musical notoriety during his lifetime, he has since become one of our country’s most admired musical figures.

May 21, 2010

Spring Awakening

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: Sadly, spring doesn’t last forever

May 20, 2010

Spring Awakening

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: How can you NOT want to dance in the spring?

May 19, 2010

Spring Awakening

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: Someone’s kinda gloomy in Scandinavia

May 18, 2010

Mood Music

The story of this legendary seducer has inspired many wonderful works of art, including paintings, a full-scale opera, and this fiendishly difficult orchestral masterpiece. The composer wrote a famous collection of orchestral works that not only tell a story through music, but also delve deep into the emotional core of each story.

May 18, 2010

Spring Awakening

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: Medieval priests knew how to party!

May 17, 2010

Spring Awakening

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: Spring calms even the fieriest of tempers

May 11, 2010

Structurally Sound

This selection is based on an architectural design for a great European city. Although the structure was never constructed, it’s magnitude on paper inspired this closing movement of a larger work. The artist was a close friend of the composer and the work from which this piece is taken was dedicated to him

April 27, 2010

Philosopher's Club

In the hands of a famous twentieth-century composer and conductor, this eighteenth-century satire has remained relevant. We follow our hero and heroine through all manner of unlikely adventures as they search for pure happiness. Although the operetta had a long and complex production history, the composer recorded a “final” version in 1989.

April 20, 2010

Good vs. Evil

In this classic Russian fairy tale, three princesses are kidnapped by a nasty goblin king. The tale is so popular that it even became the inspiration for a full-scale ballet by one of Russia’s most notable composers. The intense music and beautiful story have made it into a ballet classic.

April 13, 2010

Thirteen Degrees of EtherGame

While this arranger's romantic orchestral style isn’t “authentic” to this Baroque piece, he was still an important figure in American cultural life and was cemented by an appearance in “Fantasia.” Although chummy with Mickey Mouse, he famously received a less-gentle ribbing from Bugs Bunny, who impersonated him in an animated short…

April 6, 2010

Spring Awakening

19th-century Europe was humming and dancing along to this composer’s catchy tunes. This piece, one of the composer’s most well-known works, was written in 1882 to showcase a talented coloratura soprano who had made herself a star in Vienna. The piece remains as one of this composer’s most well-loved creations

March 30, 2010

In the Habit

The inspiration for this cantata was a trendy new beverage that was making its way across Europe in the early eighteenth century. The plot concerns a young lady, hopelessly addicted to the jive of the java, and her father, who tries to “cure” her by interfering in her love-life!

March 16, 2010

Remember When

In this piece, the composer goes far beyond simply transcribing music from his favorite opera, a story about an unrepentant seducer. This special type of transcription, called “reminiscences” or “memories,” was popular with Romantic composers.

March 9, 2010

Going Deutsch

This composer so passionate about his operatic philosophy that he built his own theater to serve as the main performance space for his operas. The theater opened in 1876 with the world premiere production of his monumental cycle of four operas based on subjects from Norse and ancient German mythology.

March 2, 2010

May I have the Envelope?

This composer defined Hollywood music in the Golden Age of the major studios. Despite his numerous accolades, however, he lost the Academy Award. If sheer musical girth had been a factor, he certainly would have won-timing in at just under four hours of music. This civil war epic was only one of the twelve films on which he worked in the same year!

February 23, 2010

Stage to Stage

This composer was to compose a set of incidental music for a Russian production of one of the greatest plays ever written. While he was exhausted after just finishing one of his monumental operas, he agreed and began work on this piece in 1888. He would eventually compose two separate sets of music based on this play.

February 16, 2010

More than Three B's

can you name this tune? Go to the land of balalaikas and Boris Godunov and see what you can come up with…

February 9, 2010

Schoolhouse Rock

Ether Game asks: can you name this tune? It’s a musical tradition at graduations everywhere!

January 26, 2010

Musical Madness

Although this composer is best known for his film work, his career began in radio, and eventually stretched to include both concert music and television. Although the grotesque, disturbing, and violent film didn’t please the director’s studio, both filmmaker and composer had a way of getting what they wanted…

January 19, 2010

The Sweetest Things

This music was prominently featured in a film about the intoxicating power of chocolate, and how it shook up a small French town. Things are further complicated when gypsy guitarist finds his way ashore.

January 19, 2010

Strange Noises

This composer wrote over 100 pieces featuring this instrument. That’s because it was his employer’s instrument of choice. It seems that his patron wasn’t so good at it. The most adept players would have been able to play a melody and accompany themselves at the same time, but this composer kept it simple to keep the benefactor happy.

January 9, 2010

King for a Day

This music honors an Austrian king. It was written to accompany a play about an older Hungarian king. The composer wrote this piece while taking a “rest cure” at a spa, as wars raged through Europe.

January 5, 2010

Down on the Ground

Ether Game asks: can you name this tune? It just might leave you chirping for more.

January 1, 2010

Year in Review

Can you guess this piece? Here’s a hint: Fasten your seat belts!

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