Vivaldi and Stereotypes

26

April
2011

Restaurant Vivaldi, "Indian & Mexican Specialties," in Freiburg, Germany (photo: Michael Caroe Andersen)

Have you ever pulled up next to car at a stop and heard loud, pulsing music coming from that direction?

You’ve probably always assumed that it was some form of popular music. As it turns out, your assumption may be completely off.

The comedian Retta* explains.

Watch:

 

*She sings part of the Laudamus Te from Vivaldi‘s “Gloria,” RV 589.

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  • Dbrcarson

    Hahahahahaahahaha