Wednesday, July 29, 2009

In a classical mood - again

Driving along through the country side yesterday, Piano Concerto # 2 in F Minor by Chopin came across the radio. I was off to the post office and had to sit in the car until it finished - with sunglasses on. Is this the ultimate in drama and passion? If I could play this I would be transported - but I would have so many tears rolling down my face that I would find it hard to see the music. It is a truely beautiful piano concerto and fills me with joy. I better download it onto my ipod for some sublime time working in the shed. The U-tube on the side bar shows master Arthur Rubinstein and Ingrid Fliter at the keyboard. Both wonderful. Oh well - back to the real world now - off to the ironing board with a school shirt.

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