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A String Burst

awakened mind
when ears embrace flowing tones
a string burst
another world seemed intrusive
I surrender in your arms

Carpe Diem: #1089.
Divertimento in D minor, Op. 3, no. 3 by Anna Bon di Venezia.

A completely new acquaintance to me this lady. Very interesting to get to know her. Have been very curious about Mozart’s sister. Have heard she was very talented too. Hard for women at that time. Thanks Kristjaan for highlighting Anna Bon di Venezia!

5 comments

  1. Very intriguing and complex piece that goes do well with the music that is also deceptive – much more complex than it appears. I agree about the discovery of eomen composers.
    In Budapest you are in the epicentre of classical music! I wuite liked Vesprem also, though recently was in Gdansk, which I enjoyed, and Warsaw, the worst city I know of.
    Riga is worth a visit I think, though Lithuania next door not.
    In late summer I was in Burgas, in Bulgaria, and found the people charming.

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