Always on the cutting edge, not less than au courant, the Very Tiny Cultural Society is now opt-in. On to the latest review. It is interesting how seeing the words Claude Debussy in print so strongly evokes the tragic wasteland of my misspent undergraduate years. I was the bon vivant and listening to Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune was sadly not as enchanting as inna-gadda-da-vida (baby) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIVe-rZBcm4. Redemption has occurred in the form of the Emerson String Quartet. I delighted in the musicality of Ravel, shared in the laughter at the whimsicality of Grieg. Both were simply prelude to the masterful String Quartet in G minor, Op. 10, by Debussy. I look forward to your spiritual companionship. Cheers
What a a fantastic concert! Happiness distilled into music, so palpable and rich. I remember especially a song about love called Beautiful Hope. In the end we were all dancing around the musicians in the lobby, it was exhilarating!