If you’re wondering about the music, my first choice was Mark Isham’s In the Half Light of the Canyon. But it wasn’t long enough. And it’s copyrighted. Or Ennio Morricone’s Gabriel’s Oboe, which is quite possibly the most beautiful melody ever written. Also not long enough. Also copyrighted. Or Pachelbel’s Canon in D Major. And a bunch of stuff by The Piano Guys. But. Well. You know.
So thank you, Johann Strauss II and The Blue Danube, for being out of copyright – and about the right length. (About 9.30)
For those of you with the attention span of a gnat or if you freak out at the mere mention of “Viennese waltz” – you know who you are – here’s the ‘Director’s Cut.’ Micro version. About 2.20. With Silent Partner’s Last Call (still waiting for Isham or Morricone to go out of copyright):
Just for fun: Hello, Hoquiam (3.26). Featuring Kimber the Wonder Dog: