Last October, in mid-month, there were massive global protests around the world tied, to what extent or another, to the new Occupy movement. Madrid hosted the largest gathering, with perhaps as many as half a million, rallying against austerity and other problems. Of course, the protests are renewed there today. Here's my report on what happened in Madrid last October--when my man Beethoven, as he so often does, played the starring musical role in protests around the world. Video of the event below, although other videos with aerial views capture the size of the crowd and wild response better. Of course, in the U.S. such a crowd would say, "what's that music?"