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Mike Schilling

Mike has been a software engineer far longer than he would like to admit. He has strong opinions on baseball, software, science fiction, comedy, contract bridge, and European history, any of which he's willing to share with almost no prompting whatsoever.

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  1. Avatar Will H. says:

    Wholly unrelated; but I wanted to share this, as this is one of my favorite pieces:
    Mateo Albéniz (not Isaac Albéniz), Sonata in D, as rendered by John Williams.
    I love Williams’ tone and articulation, but there is somethign about this piece that really grabs me.
    FWIW (not Buffalo Springfield)Report

    • Avatar Mike Schilling in reply to Will H. says:

      That is wonderful. It’s interesting that both Albenizes, even though they’re unrelated and lived 100 years apart, are best known for keyboard pieces transcribed for guitar.Report

  2. Avatar Will H. says:

    The Mozart is different than what I expected, i.e., essentially melody-driven.
    The brief use of dissonance in the strings in the opening section was a bit of a surprise.
    I want to save this until I have time to listen to it all the way through in one sitting. I’m afraid I might miss something if I listen to it piece-meal.Report