The Greatest Live Performance of Anything, Part II

Published by Mister Bulger

Adam Bulger is the editor in chief of BTRtoday.com and a frequent contributor to the parenting website Fatherly.com. He's also recently written for the wedding site ThePlunge.com and the college student aide Coursehero.com. Less recently, he's written for The Believer, Forbes, The Atlantic's website, Suicidegirls, Inked Magazine and probably about a dozen other places that are too obscure or defunct to bother listing.

One thought on “The Greatest Live Performance of Anything, Part II

  1. Ok, you’ve just blown my mind. I knew it was Klaus Nomi from the preview image, but as soon as the first notes of Michael Nyman’s theme from The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, Her Lover rang out, I nearly did a spit take.

    But I was wrong. Apparently, it’s the Cold Genius aria from Henry Purcell’s opera “King Arthur”. A quick search indicates some linkage between the two on Nyman’s part. Regardless, a great performance, leading to an interesting new piece of high brow trivia. Win/win.

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