Today's word of the day (via A.Word.A.Day) is fugue:
1. A musical form in which a theme is repeated in several voices and developed into a complex pattern.
2. A pathological state of consciousness in which someone appears to be conscious of one's actions but has no memory of them after returning to a normal state.
Read the full entry here. Then check out this explanation from Glenn Gould:
Glenn Gould - So you want to write a fugue?
While it's only Tuesday, here's a Fugue for Friday, aka the Dragnet Fugue, by Stephen Malinowski, performed by The New Esterházy Quartet:
Fugue for Friday ("Dragnet Fugue")
And the Nokia fugue, by Vincent Lo:
Any other suggestions for fugues to pass the time?