"Others the country take for choice/And hold the town in scorn/But she has listened to the voice/On city breezes borne" (Amy Levy)
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Hi Cuban in London, she is a GENIUS!!! I will be back to listen to her again. Thank you very much!!! Have a good Sunday. Bye :-)
I have to agree with Magdalena: sheer genius -as, I consider, was Elgar. Much underrated these days.
Darlin Cuban your songs always inspire me. What a wonderful piece for such a beautiful Sunday morning here in America. The sun is shining and the birds are singing thier Sunday song in my backyard and darting about my bird baths and feeders.You should hop across the pond and visit Prince and I. We shall all sit out by our pool in the evening...... listen to the birds, watch my beautiful birds play among our amazing flowers and sip mint juleps as we listen to a little Barry White.......Perfect evening, no?Steady OnReggie Girl
The cello is one of my favorite instruments, along with the French horn and classical guitar. This is a wonderful, emotional piece...Look how young they were!
Many thanks for your kind comments. They had one of those fiery liaisons you can only get between two geniuses who won't budge, no matter what the consequences are. And we all know what happened to her, sadly.Greetings from London.
Ahhh, and I before I forget. I prefer the fourth movement, the Allegro ma non troppo, but it wasn't available unfortunately.Greetings from London.
Gracias por alertarme a este post... magnífico! Muchas gracias. Barenboim... qué pelos lleva!
There are so many great things about your blog. And one of them is always your music. Music I don't think I would ever hear had I not met you.Love Renee xoxo
Luego de meterme una manana escuchando a NIRVANA, deseaba ya escuchar algo asi. Mi estado de animo, no mejora, pero se estabiliza. Oye bro, por cierto, el maestro Daniel, tiene mi mismo pelado... ;)un abrazo, tony.
Ciao: I passed from here through Salva blog. I stopped in your raggae post, very nice! I think I'm going to pass here sometimes! Nice to meet you!
Music for a chilly, rainy day in NYC..a soulful cello, and Jacqueline's wonderful gift..Thanks to all!
I loved Jacqueline Du Pre ever since I saw Hilary and Jackie. What a sad story... thanks for this, it's always better to remember people at their best.
What can I say, CiL? You continue to teach; I continue to learn. Thank you.
A beautiful and soulful piece for a rainy and lazy Sunday afternoon!Thank you for the experience.
Cuban, beautiful music played so well. Thank you.
Beautiful piece, it's Monday morning for me now...what a way to begin the work week, thanks.
Many thanks for your kind comment. Yes, I also saw the movie and I have to admit that it moved me to tears.And yes, the hair, the hair! :-DGreetings from London.
Beautiful, beautiful, and again beautiful!
I love to fill my office with your music selections, today is no exception. Beautiful. Please pop by dutchbaby when you have some time; there is a surprise waiting for you. And please, bring some music.
Thank you for the music, it warmed up an otherwise rather bleak Sunday evneing.
Many thanks to you all for your kind comments. And dutch I will be there in no time.Greetings from London.
I'm in heaven. Emily Watson did an excellent job in the movie, by the way.
Oh, yes, she did, didn't she? I knew you would like it :-)! Thanks for popping by.Greetings from London.