Monday, February 02, 2009

Music Monday




I am playing this soon with my string octet hopefully. !

L

14 comments:

Shammickite said...

Beautiful music, very soothing. I'm listening as the sun is going down and dusk is creeping in.

citizen of the world said...

That's lovely.

Kurt said...

Nice.

Megan said...

Thanks!

red dirt mule said...

oh tut-tut

this is so beautiful! so you play as well .... sigh. i can't play an instrument or sing a note. Yet I've raised 3 children: the oldest who sings in choir and has a lovely deep alto; my second who plays classical guitar (for 5 years now). The youngest? says he wants to be a drummer in a rock band.

what's up with the babies of families? haha.

will you play in a church as well?
the acoustics of many churches are so right for music ...

tape it. wish i could be there to listen

xxx
rdm

tut-tut said...

RDM:

It's daughter L who plays, not I!

JGH said...

Oh this is gorgeous. Even my dog is relaxing.

Barbara said...

What is the Dvorak piece? When they play as an octet, do they just double the 4 parts? What instrument does your daughter play? The piece is lovely!

Squirrel said...

at first I read Octet as Ocelot. that I would like to see.

carolyn said...

L - you are obviously very talented I'm sure your Mother is very proud of you.

Reya Mellicker said...

Wow! Fantastic.

I love music Mondays!

Anonymous said...

Barbara- We do double the four parts and I play the cello. It is the 2nd movement of the American Quartet. -L

Betty C. said...

I played the American Quartet once, long ago! I play the violin. What instrument does your daughter play?

tut-tut said...

Betty: L plays the cello!