Friday Music: Take On Me (Brooklyn Duo at Carnegie Hall) June 26, 2020June 24, 2020 Art/Culture 1 min read Share this Facebook Messenger Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Email PGMantel Latest posts Raised in a home filled with books on Western civilization, P.G. Mantel became a lover of history at an early age. An amateur writer of verse, he makes himself useful as an editor for Men of the West. On the Death of Queen Victoria The Roman and the Teuton: The Strategy of Providence Friday Music: Rachel's Song (Blade Runner) The Roman and the Teuton: The Popes and the Lombards View all 2 Comments Beautiful. I remember the original version of this song from years ago. I remember that it was such a fun, light, cheerful song that was sing along to (London-based there was this high note) by almost everyone who heard it. This arrangement proves that a basically good piece of art can be interpreted and reinterpreted by different artists(who respect the original) and bring out nuances and details to keep the original engaging and meaningful for new audiences. It does require respect,skill,and mastery of the art. Reply Wow! Autocorrect had a meltdown with my comment. London!? I swear I typed the word poorly. Thanks for sharing the video. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Previous Story Don't Bend The Knee Next Story Men's Health Latest from Art Friday Music: Rachel’s Song (Blade Runner) Friday Music: The Man Comes Around Friday Music: Girls With Guns Gene Wolfe and Literature Part 11: An Evil Guest Here is a link to Marc’s writeup on Evil Guest, which still needs just a little Russian/Slavic Folk Music Russian folk music and Slavic music about Russian and Slavic landscapes, villages, and mythical tales.