I am always thoroughly delighted to find new pieces of ‘writing’ music. The first, Eliza’s Aria from the Wild Swans ballet, I knew previously from a Lloyds Bank ad on T.V. But oh, it does make my fingers skip across the keyboard.
It is possible to grow tired of this piece … but only if you have played it as many times as myself (I won’t tell you just how many times that is).
Have you ever found a track which fits a character just so? I heard this one and thought … why, this is Kyssa!*
This one … ah, yes. Cheerful and upbeat. This one is from a Jackie Chan film – Chinese Zodiac. And don’t for a moment form a bias as to what the movie is about because it isn’t quite like anything that the title suggests. There are randonmly appearing pirates with Afros, frightened French men in fluorescent flowered shirts and a woman beating up her attacker with her ‘gweat, gweat gwanfather’s’ bones and that is only one part of the movie.
Have a great weekend!*character has yet to be fully introduced on this blog.
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