By a pure accident I found today’s Sunday Music, a Tarantella (Ger., Eng.) written down by Athanasius KIRCHER (Ger., Eng., mentioned on this blog earlier) performed by L’Arpeggiata. Who would have thought that the old Jesuit notated such lively pieces ? It is the perfect antidote for this grey and cold Franconian winter day. The ancients told stories about a bright shiny object in the sky they called “sun” or something, a fable maybe, but it would be nice to see this thing in reality. The weather people say that it will be a stormy week, maybe the clouds will be blown away.
I hope you like the music, and that we all will have a stress free and successful week. See you next Frayday.