The Things Google Brings Up

I’m listening to Radio 3 at the moment, and they’re playing part of a rather fine recording of The Messiah1. I was wondering if it was available for purchase, so googled the record’s code: PHILIPS 420 865-2. Result number 13 was this:

M H Shearer, R K Bright, R E Lanford, and R C Kennedy (1993). Immunization of mice with baculovirus-derived recombinant SV40 large tumour antigen induces protective tumour immunity to a lethal challenge with SV40-transformed cells. Clin Exp Immunol. 91(2): 266–271.
Rejoice! Rejoice! Rejo-o-o-o-oice greatly!

1 “What?” I hear you pedants cry, “but it’s not Easter”.

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6 Responses to The Things Google Brings Up

  1. Maxine Clarke says:

    That is so weird. Sorry the Beast does not like Beethoven. Schubert maybe?

  2. Bob O'Hara says:

    I haven’t tried him. He returned for the Vaughan Williams, but that might just have been because I was cooking.

  3. Louis Shackleton says:

    Im munize it.
    Im munize it.
    Imu u nize it.
    For the bac ulo vi rusis le-thal.
    Ah yes, the glorious strains of the Immunizeit Chorus…

  4. Jennifer Rohn says:

    When I first sang the Messiah in its entirety in choir, I recall a bit of bother in the alto section about the “Oh we, like sheep” bit. Our copy of the music had failed to include the comma, and our part didn’t resolve the rest of the sentence, so it was all rather amusing.

  5. Maxine Clarke says:

    I hope the poor little lambs weren’t lethally immunized, Jenny.

  6. Bob O'Hara says:

    Ah, Jenny. You had each gone astray in his (err, her) own way. Or was that your Welsh tenors?

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