Music on the way to work

I have about two more weeks to go before I retire from IBM/Sykes. One of the things about this job that has been really good has been the commute. It takes me about 20 minutes to drive from Billerica to Littleton. Many of my friends from the DEC/Compaq/HP days will recognize the building as LKG. It used to be a DEC building back in the day but now has been bought by IBM.

The twenty minutes is just long enough to get a good dose of classical music. I usually listen to SiriusXM Channel 75 on the radio. This morning they were playing the Overture to Tannheuser by Richard Wagner.

So without further ado, here is a version by Leonard Bernstein.

Put on the head phones and turn up the volume.


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One Comment on “Music on the way to work”

  1. Marcel Says:

    What I miss about commuting is the time I had then to practice singing the songs I needed to learn and review for my quartet and chorus. Now that I am retired I don’t seem to have enough time.

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