Thursday, January 24, 2013

Magical Moment Musical in f minor

Time flies... I was absent... but I am back... Sometimes, it only takes a few minutes of time to rejuvenate a tired soul, and I think magical moments like this may brighten your life if needs be. Enjoy this 2 minute and 47 second detour from your worries and listen to Franz Schubert's Moment Musical No. 3 in f minor. You may have seen that gem in my old blog titled "Glass Symphony." This version is an "encore" performance given at a wonderful concert at the Mann Auditorium in Tel-Aviv by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Itzhak Perlman. This performance features Beethoven's Egmont overture, his Triple Concerto (Concerto in C Major) for violin, cello, piano and orchestra, and the well known Pastoral symphony # 6. In this magical Musical Moment, the soloists are Giora Schmidt, violinist, Zuill Bailey, cellist and Navah Perlman, pianist. I do not know what is the relationship between the pianist Navah and Itzhak Perlman who conducted this performance. Enjoy! Leave me a note if you want me to post either the Egmont overture that is my most favorite of Beethoven's work, and/or the Triple Concerto. Note: If you have problem to see this HTML5 video with Firefox browsers, try to use Google Chrome, or use your iPad... It is too time consuming to make all browsers happy with all video formats. Life is so complicated! Opium

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