(In the music, listen closely for a well-known children's church song and a very recognizable entrance to a famous classical piece.)
And so you can follow along:
From: Cantata: Iphigenia In Brooklyn, S. 53162
Composer: P.D.Q. Bach (Peter Schickele)
Aria: "As Hyperion across the flaming sky his chariot did ride, Iphigenia herself in Brooklyn found."
Recitative: "And lo, she found herself within a market, and all around her fish were dying; and yet their stench did live on."
Ground: "Dying, and yet in death alive."
Recitative: "And in a vision Iphigenia saw her brother Orestes, who was being chased by the Amenities; and he cried out in anguish: 'Oh ye gods, who knows what it is to be running? Only he who is running knows'."
Aria: "Running knows."As featured on "An Evening With P.D.Q. Bach (1807-1742)?", (LP 1965)