When I have some time, I will be placing here some random
links and random text that has nothing to do with Computational Chemistry.
Now I do not have time, but if you wandered here,
check a page about Antoni Stolpe
short lived (died when
he was 21) Polish pianist and composer.
Obviously he did not left many compositions behind him. But
the few pieces that he finished amaze with their originality and
maturity. I love classical music (barring the dodecaphonists, though
I like Verklärte Nacht by Schönberg),
and I used to play piano myself,
but I would not discover Stolpe if not the CD recorded by my son,
Stefan Labanowski http://www.stefanlabanowski-pianist.com/index_en.html. He provides
a few samples on his web site. Imagine... This music was composed by the
guy, who would not be allowed to drink beer in most states of the US.
God works in strange ways...