According to the ever busy counting computer this is post 450 called “Sunday Music”. Of course there are in total many more Sunday Music posts, because all those belated ones on Monday etc. also belong into this category that lists – including this one – 567 Sunday Music posts. I think last Sunday’s break was the first interruption since I started with this series some time back.
I’m sorry, but I simply did not feel “up to it”, I needed a break. Of course I went to Suebia, and returning back to this place here becomes a little bit harder every time. Work will start tomorrow in the ddm *, everything back to “normal” for the next five weeks until we’ll reach the Whitsun holidays. At least the snow is gone, and spring will stay.
A good thing through my “time out” was that I did not really look into the news. We watched in horror the climbing infection rates, the death rate, and how the intense care units filled up – that was really enough of daily horror, no need to look for more in the national or international news. But I think this will change over time.
This Sunday Music is a little piece compossed by GLAZUNOV, a Waltz in D Major that is number three in his opus 42 Three Miniatures for Piano. It is played by Dinamow’s old friend Shura CHERKASSKY. I hope you like the music. May we face a peaceful week.
* damn dark morning, coined by Savannah