Friday, 9 June 2000

Mahler, and writing

Listening to:

Mahler, symphony #3. This is Mahler’s longest symphony, and the longest symphony of anyone’s commonly performed. My recording (on Naxos), takes one hour and forty-one minutes. Of it, Mahler said that it should contain all nature.


My entry deficit is finally beaten with this entry. I am back to my three-a-week average, and is all well with the world.

I’m currently writing an article which really needs to be submitted today, so I will be terse, and say just to look out for it in the Computer Journal.

“That’s hubris, that is.”
“Yeah, I’ll say; cocky authors, who d’they think they are?”