In response to 64-Pixel's question and for Ashford Pride's verification, Ashford Pride was correct albeit switched. The whole song itself is called Carmina Burana, but the particular movement used in the flash is O Fortuna, probably the most popular of all of the 12 movements of the piece. (Trust me, I was in a group that performed it this past year. It's a great piece to listen to but even more fun to play.)
Also, I got the humor in it and loved it. Nice work, as always.
Ah-hah! So that's it then.
Before you ask, yes I got this....
Nice mind ya got.
Can I just ask though, what is this music called?
I believe it's the Carmina Burana from O Fortuna...
But I'm not positive.
*snort* Mmmph? Wha'hop?
No wait...seriously; did I miss something?!? What...where are- why can't I find ANY useful threads in the fora????
*raises hands to sky and screams*
Noooooooooooo!!!!!! They hit while I slept! I was not here to defend NG!
*lowers chin to chest and glowers*
As the Fulps are my witness, I will NEVER SLEEP AGAIN! May this *never* happen to anyone...EVER!
ANYWAYs, sorry I missed the 'tempest in a teapot' ^_^ Glad to hear some classic dramatic-yet-campy music adorning your wry flashes (gawd, gotta keep a water bottle next to the keyboard because of you, mate! :) )
And Ash? [Mind if I call you Ash?] Anyways, quit baiting the trolls - you know they don't understand sarcasm; they think it's something you *eat*... XD
Meh to Decent...
I got a chuckle. Keep on keepin' on.
I really do.
Catcher in the LIE.