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Author Topic: Sunday morning rêverie  (Read 715 times)

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Offline Val

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Sunday morning rêverie
« on: October 22, 2006, 04:59:37 AM »
It has been this way for years now and I wouldn't change it for the world: "My Sunday morning rêveries!"
In fact, I am just incapable of leaving the house before noon on Sundays be it during Winter, Summer, Fall or Spring.  Usually, I include classical music in my vagabondages and some extra activity such as reading...and a cup of tea!
This morning, for example, I am listening to two piano virtuoses: one is French;  the other, Italian.

Hélène Grimaud is just as singular as it can get in the classic music  world. She is very beautiful, intelligent and a virtuose. She lives in the USA right now, experiences synaesthesia when she's playing the piano i.e. she sees colours,  and has a particular bond with wolves...
Whenever she performs in Paris, I consider myself extremely lucky to be present anywhere in the concert room to hear her performance --- I don't even bother to get close to the stage, since that would be more than extraordinary.  And usually hers shows are sold out in just one hour!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_v4-QjgZsjs


The Italian virtuoso that I have been listening to lately on a daily basis is Allevi.  He is what the Romans call "The Mozart of the year 2000"  and is  indeed and   absolutely hors pairs!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5JMXjoKK98&mode=related&search=

Wishing you all a nice Sunday!

Val
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Offline alisenjafi

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Re: Sunday morning rêverie
« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2006, 08:34:46 AM »
Ther is something about Sunday mornings. I tend to go string instruments myself.  Strong coffee and  Loatelli's "L'arte del Violino".  remind me to tell you of my meetings with James Galway!
Cheers
Johnny
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just like everybody else does"
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