Sing-song, chip, splendid
town street, a black tall top hat.
Perfect gray, fifties
black top, ornate curly wood
then dance stops loud, anger starts.
Art, Dance, Depression, Fear, Music, Poems, Poetry, recovery, Seeking God, Shostakovich, Tanka
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#1 by Evelyn on March 30, 2011 - 4:49 am
That first line!
Ha! There really is nothing you can’t do.
#2 by Carl on March 30, 2011 - 7:26 am
Oh, you! You are too generous!
#3 by carldagostino on March 31, 2011 - 5:16 am
I never heard anything Russian music wise. Is it stoic, fullof pain and tragic endings like their literature ?
#4 by Carl on March 31, 2011 - 7:22 am
It comes from the same fire. Full of pain.
This is the piece that inspired the piece:
Shostakovich is my favorite by far.
This piece is what sold me on Shostakovich when I was 13 – One written in reflection on Lennon’s life – 4 minutes of the most sheer terror of hell on earth, the second movement of the 10th symphony:
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