Interpretations:Theme From McSweeney's Issue 6

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It should be painfully obvious to any fan of Wendy Carlos that this song is a riff on her style. Wendy was one of the first musicians to bring synthesizers into mainstream music, with a series of albums starting with "Switched-On Bach" that featured classical compositions re-imagined on the monsterous modular Moog synthesizer. A more enduring example of her work is the soundtrack to Stanley Kubrick's "A Clockwork Orange". Her style mixed familiar classical melodies with rapidly-changing synth timbres and musical styles. TMBG managed to re-create the spirit of these recordings very well with newer technology (I'd bet dollars to doughnuts they used a Nord Lead for a lot of this) and their own composition. --moose

Then included in this style riff is Baroque Hoedown. Or maybe they just both use synth-harpsichords. Jlavezzo 21:06, 23 August 2007 (UTC)