| Search | Login/Register
   Home » Musical Discussions » Accidental death music. (2 posts, 1 page)
  Print Thread | 1st Post |  
Page 1 of 1 (2 items) Select Pages: 
04-11-2011 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
Romy the Cat

Boston, MA
Posts 10,052
Joined on 05-28-2004

Post #: 1
Post ID: 16007
Reply to: 16007
Accidental death music.
It is strange for the last could days in here.  I learned a couple days back that my neighbor has died.   He was in his 60s, He was pretty sick. It is not the he was a friend of mine. I have seen him a few times while I was working at my yard. We had a few conversations and it was about it. A couple of days he was meting his grandchildren, getting a haircut and the he died. Still he lived 500 feet from me and for whatever reasons it made me very personally sad.

I felt very strange last light and today in connection with Marty death. The strangeness was added by the fact that I was not able to listen any music.  I mean, the music was playing but I had very distinct feeling that it was wrong music for me. Even my Bruckner did not do it for me this time... I was literally was putting music on and took it off as it did not match to what I felt.

Then suddenly something clicked in me and my hands were starching to Brahms: what a universal remedy!!!  I got home at 3PM today and do you know what I was listening all day for 6 hours? It is again and again the very same CD and I can’t get enough of it today.  The recording is Adrian Aeschbacher plays Brahms Second Pianos Concerto in 1943 with Berlin and Furtwängler. It is magnificently transferred by LYS - the truly high-end transfer company, sadly also deceased.

The fucking German Composers - they are touchable in demonstration of cultural superiority. No fake, entertaining notes. No empty posing. No sentimentality. Just row expressions with honesty and stunning class. Listen what Aeschbacher does – the whole greatness of German culture stays behind his play. It is ironic that he played in 1943.

I wonder why accidental death of my neighbor and Greatness of Brahms? I have any psychoanalysis or psychologists, where are they when I need one, I need one to debug my Brahms unhealthy admiration.
What is in Brahms music is so supernaturally define?  Fucking Gernans - they are antiahs in dems  A month ago I got infatuation with 3rd movement of the 3 Symphony. I was listening it so much that my Cat stopped eating in protest. Now is the Second Pianos Concerto. I know what will happen tomorrow  - I will take it to my work…

Rgs, Romy the Cat

"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
04-12-2011 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
Posts 85
Joined on 05-25-2008

Post #: 2
Post ID: 16022
Reply to: 16007
Your lucky you can play music at work,, What a luxury,,  But Remember Death is part of life,,
Page 1 of 1 (2 items) Select Pages: 
Home Page  |  Last 24Hours  | Search  |  SiteMap  | Questions or Problems | Copyright Note
The content of all messages within the Forums Copyright © by authors of the posts