A sudden push and all I can see now is the blue sky and the fluffy clouds while my feet are no longer on terra firma. There are gentle progressive tapping on my back now, not like pokes but soft pushes that seem to be sending me up. Yes, I am airborne! The clouds seem to get closer gradually but as I let myself to float and enjoy the heavenly sights suddenly the soft forces disappear and I go into a free fall. Wait, there are some strings dropped from the clouds which wound around me and pull me up. All these movements seamlessly transferring me from different moods of the joy of floating, the sadness of solitariness and the excitement of free fall. After I go even higher than the clouds, all forces, gentle and violent, disappear. I am falling, I will soon hit terra firma but just inches off the ground, the invisible and delightful forces reappear for the last time, catch me and put me on my seat!
I happened to go for a concert (playing music of Rossini, Chopin and Beethoven) at a local theater yesterday. I had already missed a performance few days back at the Royal Albert Hall. After all the unconscious classical music experiences and the deliberate ones in the past few years on multimedia, the real experience was truly delightful.
Why I say unconscious experiences is because the yesteryears cartoon shows have used classical music to bring smiles on the faces of kids and grown ups alike. Yes, think of Looney Tunes show, Tom and Jerry or Mickey Mouse, do you recall, in the background there would be an orchestra playing.
As a kid I did not know that the cartoons will have a connections with composers such as Rossini, Brahms, Strauss etc. Now I know, and it was a brilliant trick to put presumably boring classical music stuff as background scores in cartoons same way our moms would do a trick to make us swallow bad (high in nutrients !) vegetables.
You may already know but the score that plays in Titan ad is actually from 'Symphony no, 25 in G minor' by Mozart. You may as well try to listen to few classical pieces, they are really beautiful musical compositions.