'ts been a while, have barely played past two weeks. You may notice there's a #181 missing; that I did record last week, bu I'm still processing that recording, as I hadn't got around to posting it, mostly because it's really two recordings and I had a hard time deciding. So do tune in later today for it, and to find out how I solved the dilemma.
Back to roots, this one is recorded at seven in the morning, as dictated by my original premise: unedited, from first note on until ran out off notes. The basic theme had been running through my head for a few days now, so I just played it at once. And then found out the trouble I got myself into ;-)
Not playing for a while sure stiffs up the old fingers, but I hope there's no real bother by it in today's elaboration of a short melodic phrase from Saint Saens' 'Carnaval des animaux'. On of the classical pieces my Father used to play for me when I was a kid. Being a baby this would be played on a taperecorder next to my cradle in a noisy room and I'd go to sleep like, er, well, like a baby!
PS: Still looking for a nice picture to this episode, any suggestions? There's also a little anecdote to go with this recording, but I'll tend
to the otherr episode first, so do cast your eye on this one later on