Wednesday, August 31, 2005


Wow. I wish this were possible. I'm sure that if it were, people would accuse Juilliard of selling out. But GOSH! that cracked me up today.


Blogger Jess said...

Hahaha . . . that is too funny! Actually, on my last cell phone, the one redeeming feature of it was that you could create your own ringtones. I made up a few . . . they stunk, but hey, it was fun to try. I can't do that on the phone I have now, but I can take pictures with it (even though I don't), so I'm not complaining. ;)

Thanks for your comment on my blog, too . . . it made me smile. :) *hugs* Love you!

August 31, 2005 11:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this reminds me of a cartoon i saw the other day with Mozart in it thinking his work would never be heard by millions of people and that he would be a failure. two frames later someone's phone rang with one of his pieces on it. i abhore cell phones btw...yes, i do have one, but it's for work and i am extremely careful about using it in public places and while driving. no a CAMERA on a cell phone, i'd like that! "-) ~molly

August 31, 2005 2:09 PM  
Blogger trusty getto said...

LOL! "Back in the day" I studied music composition at a hoity-toity conservatory. Our electronic music program was pretentiously called Technology in Music and Related Arts (TIMARA). We would pretty much spend our time making weird sounds by patching cables from one synthesizer module to another, and programming computers to generate random music.

Now, you can buy a ringtone composing software package for under $100. If I had only known then what I know now . . . . !

By the way, my phone plays the 1812 Overture. If only Tchaikovsky had known! LOL!

September 01, 2005 11:11 AM  

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