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Silly Computer. [Jul. 9th, 2007|07:17 am]
[Current Location |work]
[mood |busyrushed!]
[music |Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy - Andrews Sisters]

Darn! I was going to do this cool LJ meme where it posts everyone's user pics, but unfortunately it stopped at the N's... so I'll have to try that one a different day when the computer's behaving better.

So instead... I guess you get another historical fact!

The violinist and composer Tartini dreamed that he handed his violin to the Devil and listened while the Devil played a sonata of astonishing beuaty. When he tried to reproduce the sonata on awakning, he could only remember one repeated trill. He used this trill as his theme in his "Trillo del Diavolo".

- When was your last nightmare? Mine was last night. Someone electrocuted my septuplets. *boggles*

And here's the Andrews Sister's doing Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy. Awesomeness. :)


( Eta the link. Whoops. LOL There ya go!)

[User Picture]From: zibacco
2007-07-09 07:56 pm (UTC)
My nightmares are always the same. I'm stuck somewhere doing a completely repetitive task that I can never finish and never stop. Sort of like Sysiphus, but without the rock and the hill. And the worst part is that they usually repeat all night. I'll have the dream and then wake up, but when I fall asleep I have the same dream again with minor variations. It happened last night actually. I kept having to try and arrange these baskets into a specific pattern, but it was always changing and I never seemed to be able to leave. Very frustrating and not at all restful, really.
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2007-07-09 08:38 pm (UTC)
Ugh. *HUGS*

That's horrible. I can't imagine having to do that over and over and over again in a dream. I wouldn't want to sleep. :(

At least my nigthmares, horrifying as they are generally have some differences in them. Even the ptsd ones have variances.
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