The Queen Of The World and I like to watch MeTV for the old reruns (Andy Griffith, Hogan's Heroes, that sort of thing). They're advertising that they'd going to start running Looney Tunes cartoons in the morning. That got me thinking about classical music (yes it did - stick with me here) and that led to today's musical selection.
Walt Disney released Fantasia in 1940 which was a very high brow introduction to classical music, albeit aimed at kids. Three years later Warner Brothers released a spoof, A Corny Concerto which mimicked Fantasia but in not at all a high brow manner. Quite the reverse, actually.
We've seen Fantasia here, several times before (some of these links suffer from bit rot as Youtube plays copyright whack-a-mole but a quick search there will find the composition). All of these posts here were presented in a High Brow fashion. In my defense, I've also posted about classical music in Bugs Bunny before. That one was also written by Carl Stalling who wrote a score a week for twenty years for Warner Brothers cartoons.
If you're looking for high brow, you might want to pass this one by, but if you enjoy low brow, then enjoy away.