Wednesday, November 18, 2009
The best classical music on television is the music played on C-Span during Senate quorum calls. The person who selects the music has superb taste, and inasmuch as quorum calls are a routine part of the Senate day, he or she has plenty of opportunity. The only problem is that one rarely hears a complete composition, because Harry Reid is always interrupting Mozart or Bach or Beethoven for legislation. Oh well, nobody's perfect.