I'd agree and say that the long way is better, not only because that was what I was taught (from Norway). They say it all in this video - the naming in the short system is hideous.
That being said, I'd gladly follow if the rest of the world suddenly wanted to use the short system. As long as the same system is being used in the whole world, wel'll understand each other.
I'm from Norway, and I can tell you that Buckley got it right this time too. I don't usually watch the Ylvis show, but I've heard about it from commercials. I didn't hear about the song before the internet was flooded with it.
My impression of the show is that it tries to be funny without always succeeding, though I get in a good mood from it. It's a talkshow mixed with comedy, a type that's been getting a lot of attention in here lately. Some jokes, skits etc. with guests throughout the show.
learned alot from it!
I wouldn't think so, as Beethoven himself died in 1827. The technology needed to record sound wasn't invented yet. This is probably a modern recording using a copy of the sheet music of the Moonlight Sonata as guidance. But yes, regardless of who the pianist is, this is what Beethoven wrote about 200 years ago.
love this. cool voice............
aaargh its good in its own way..the voice really suits the song
One could make an album based on this. Make millions.
I want Muse to play this in my funeral, even though this song isn't reallt about dying. Even though they, statistically speaking, will die before me.