An odd week it was – either nothing happens at all, or all happens at once. My highlight was the afternoon with Cuthswyth. And then there is the Tin Foil Hat Compo at IDV‘s – tough competition, with entries ranging from minimalism to exuberant, baroque display of artistry and craftsmanship.
The next week will find me busily writing applications, and mails to societies in the Americas that can be possible customers for my genealogical researches – Franconians of the world, look at this humble fellow !
This Sunday Music is a Pièce en forme de Habanera by Maurice RAVEL (Ger., Eng.), composed in 1907 as vocalise for bass and piano, often set for piano and violin, here arranged for flute and harp ; flute Emmanuel PAHUD (Ger., Eng.), harp Mariko ANRAKU (about her, and here too).
I hope you like it. Let’s hope the coming weeks brings good things, or at least, clarity.