A bit late, a bit longer than usual, but fine music: The great Oscar PETERSON (1925-2007) (Ger., Eng.), NHØP (1946-2005) (Ger., Eng.) and Martin DREW (1944-2010) (Ger., Eng.) give a Salute to Bach. Hope you enjoy it.
Have a good week.
No kids, no pets, no sports
18 thoughts on “Sunday Music”
Lovely. Just what I needed on a gloomy Sunday afternoon.
Hope this week treats you well and you are not too February!
I seriously hope it helps to de-gloom, dear Roses. I am certainly very happy to see you here again m’dear!
Yay, real posting! Cool music!
PS: Heute ist Schneeregen!
Schneeregen in Texas! Unbelievable … care for a picture LX?
It’s certainly good to be back.
How are you doing gorgeous?
It melted. The streets and ground are too warm. Sorry.
I am a bit nervous, because I wait for a call in the coming days. I should hear from an institution that promised me a pretty good contract, and I simply need to know what, where and when. The “if” is no more question, as I was assured. The man in the bank becomes nervous too.
HA – Texas IS too hot to freeze over!
What a way to spend 7minutes of my Monday morning! Thanks Mr Mags… It is a great way to start the week…
Oh, I forgot that you live in the future, dear Princess. But Oscar swings nice towards the end!
Hell, we all need cheered up on a Sunday evening!
Good luck with the contract!
Oh, I love that music! :-)
Good luck with the details of your contract, Mago! Fingers crossed that it is very good for you.
Sleet in Austin, LX? Will wonders never cease!?!?! Did you take pictures?
What a great Canadian AND pianist! Thanks!
Thank you Macy. Very sensible.
It melted away until he could grab the camera, Ponita …
“Oh Canada …”, never heared it actually, Chris.
Caramba! What a storm of enthusiasm from You, Norma!
Funny you should post this on Sunday because on Sunday I walked past the commemorative Oscar Peterson statue.
Speakers are installed so that you can hear his music playing as you walk by.
Great music and musicians.
Then I’d sit there for a while with a cup of coffee, MJ.
In such a small combo, with such an intimate setting, one can not hide, none of them – how damn cruel, so much room for blunder. And they deliver, inspired, elegant, in style. Normally I am no friend of the bass solo *, but Ørsted Pedersen actually plays a tune, and one can follow and enjoy.
* A tourist comes to a caribbean island and hears drums: Over the day, through the night, drums. He asks an inhabitant about it, and when will the drums stop? The man pales and says: “Drums never stop! Because after drum solo, bass solo!”
My father was a fan of Oscar Peterson – really took me back! Thanks.
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