Amidst a lot of wacky stuff, Björk, in this interview, makes uncommon sense about the life of a musician, the place of technology, how formats have formed habits (like the idea of an “album”), and how a relaxed approach to recording has increased her joy in music.

This was a first for me. Though I did subsequently print the score, it was useful to be able to try it out this way beforehand.

If we want to hunt for ironies, the fact that the music was 17th-century Italy and the delivery-system 21st-century Cupertino should be enough for us. But that sort of thing is more common every day.

UPDATE: At least I didn’t do this: