Sunday Music

Shocking. Sunday Music on a Sunday.
The last week simply was. My co-driver had to see the doctor and hence fell out. I vaguely remember to have listened to her complaining about payne in the left arm in January. I asked her two times or so to see a doctor, and then gave in, she decided to be a hero. Unsung, of course. Now she can’t grab things with her left hand, and I guess she’ll be on sick leave the coming week too.
I drove with another colleague, who sadly can not keep his mouth shut. From the moment he enters the vehicle in the ddm he jabbers and rattles on & on. The older kids stuff earphones in their ears, the younger ones can’t escape, but found other ways to go deaf, mostly by staring in the distance. Wonder what cds I can dig up.
Now let us listen to a little piece of beautiful music, performed here by Branford MARSALIS (Ger., Eng.) and the English Chamber Orchestra (link, Ger., Eng.) under Andrew LITTON (Ger., Eng.) – Gabriel FAUREs (Ger., Eng.) Sicilienne (opus 80) (Ger., Eng.).
I hope you like the music – may we all have a peaceful and productive week ahead.


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Sunday Music, Tuesday Edition

Thank GOd for sunshine.
I only today realised fully how deep in the doldrums I was. Now the washing machine is doing its job, I hoovered the appartement, and even managed to write some necessary letters & started dealing with overdue stuff. I think I am “me” again, whatever that really means.
Sun is shining, birds are singing, it gives a taste of spring. I really hope I can stay upbeat.
So let’s have a good start into anything that may be thrown at us – crank it to eleven & enjoy the beginning of STRAUSSens Zarathustra.

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