August 17, 2008
A free offer if you like (or think you might like) classical music
I love music, especially classical. When I taught math at Kingwood High School I promoted music and invented many little ways to give away free CDs to students. I was known as "Mr. Music", and my motto was, "You give me a little, I'll give you a lot." Now, for some of my favorite symphonies I have different CDs of the same symphony performed by different orchestras. I was extravagant; I didn't really need to buy so many CDs. I no longer feel the need of having so much duplication like that. I have sold some duplicates at amazon.com, but some remain unsold. So here is an offer similar to something I did at Kingwood High School. If you like this kind of music, or think you might, email me telling me what one of your favorite pieces of music is (no matter whether classical or not) and, if you want to tell me why you like it so much, do that also. In return I will mail you, free, one of these CDs, in perfect condition, of a symphony by one of my favorite composers such as Beethoven, Brahms, Schubert, Mozart, Haydn, Dvorak. No strings are attached, I pay the postage to wherever you are in the world, and if you want we can negotiate what CD you get. My email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by Edward Tarte