Sunday Baroque

“How beautiful it is to do nothing, and then to rest afterward.” – Spanish proverb

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ANTONIO VIVALDI (1678-1741) Chamber concerto for lute, two violins, and basso continuo in D major RV93 – Performed by the Kapsberger Ensemble

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2 comments

  1. The lockdown has been good for me. It has forced me to do nothing for long periods of time except for hobbies. I learned to relax. I can get rid of tension. I’m less afraid. I’m more in contact with God. I’m enjoying the music. I’ve always liked Vivaldi–this is mellow for him. I know nothing about music, but I know what I like–spoke too soon–he just went wild! You have a remarkable website. WordPress tries to encourage me to have a nice, more appealing website, but I just don’t have the skills to do it. I’m 73 and I was not born with a mouse in my mouth. I could probably import some pictures of my art onto my website, but they are on my phone. Not to sure how it would work. Sherry

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    1. Thank you, Sherry. I’m about 10 years behind you in age… you gave me a good laugh when you said “I was not born with a mouse in my mouth” Being more of an introvert, the lockdown isn’t that much different for me…just as you a chance to relax, to have more contact with God and enjoying music. Appreciate your thoughts and thank you for stopping by. Cheers!

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