Monday, January 04, 2010

Filthy, Filthy, Filthy Amadeus

You will be delighted to learn that in 1782, Mozart wrote a piece of music titled "Leck Mich Im Arsch". Yes, that's "Lick me in the ass". Pure genius. You can hear it on YT.

But this will probably delight you even more: Mozart composed another piece called "Leck mir den Arsch fein recht schön sauber", which translates, according to Wikipedia, as "Lick me in the ass fine well and clean". The lyrics to that canon, which may or may not have been written by Mozart, are easily filthier than any hip-hop song.

Now I must scour the web for Beethoven's sex-tapes. And you're welcome.


Tabula Rasa said...

glad to see you're making good use of your time.

blackmamba said...


The obligatory Falco link with the translated lyrics.

km said...

TR: Eine kleine arsch music?

BM: I didn't think anyone still remembered "Rock Me Amadeus" :)

Falstaff said...

I don't know about Beethoven sex-tapes. If the opening of the 5th symphony is any indication, any sex-tapes Beethoven left behind are likely to be pretty short.

I'd go with Brahms. Endless near-climaxes that go on and on and on forever.

Rahul Siddharthan said...

km - To which noun does "eine kleine" apply?

As for Beethoven, the Eroica sounds like a near-miss.

km said...

Rahul: your eine kleine joke, rather, ahem, cheeky :D

Falstaff: LOL@Brahms' "near-climaxes"