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Sunday, July 17, 2011

Mozart's "Turkey in the Straw" Again

The Siouxland Observer has made several changes, and has also opened a new Blog. Originally the Siouxland Observer was designed to help build a forum for reporting on community issues in the greater Sioux City area, as well as to file reports on domestic abuse solutions and strategies.

Through the Community Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV), and the University of Iowa, many of these goals were accomplished, including a three-day feature on domestic abuse published in the Sioux City Journal.  Many original postings have expired here, and the original website, but we helped.  The Siouxland Observer is proud of the community effort, and will continue with a new direction.  This story is posted again to reintroduce YouTube to our effort. YouTube videos add depth to stories in greater detail, especially at the new  Study Botanical.

But now is the time for "issue lite."  This music video is a fun, complex "Turkey in the Straw," and the stuff of laughter. Watch closely, there is even a smile or two (sort of), and a rocking violinist seems to wink at the pianist.

A delightful YouTube video.

This last movement of "Mozart's Concerto No. 17 in C Major" is, without question, tongue-in-cheek.  To reach the third, and last, movement in the video below advance it 25 minutes (the third movement stands alone in a second video).

The first, however, was our original soloist, seen in a video recently deleted due to licensing problems.  Dezso Ranki conveys the "Turkey in the Straw" vibe well.  Please feel free to advance the YouTube video, and also be sure to visit some of our other writings and stories. We would like that.

Thank you for visiting!




Third movement only.


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