Haha, nice one Gerrit. I must admit that I didn't at first appreciate the first one. Then I found I had my speakers turned off. The necessary adjustment made all the difference... um... I think!
I fared much better with the second although it sounded a little... well... woolley!
I know the story behind the third clip. The horses were not feeling "stable" that day because they had been upset by their "neigh"bours. The riders had told the horses not to take offence. And they didn't. In fact, they didn't take any of them!
Gerrit, just be thankful you weren't born two days later!
John Suchet made an amusing faux pas on Classic FM this morning. He played the third movement of Haydn's Military Symphony (No.100) and said it was music for marching. Unfortunately the third movement is a minuet in 3/4 time, so the only person who could march to it would be Rolf Harris as Jake the Peg!