Thursday, 18 March 2010

Thursday 18th March 2010

In the car:
Brahms - Sextet No.1 Mvmt 4

At home, following a tweeted Spotify link by @wheresrunnicles:
Dvorak - Symphony No.7 & Symphony No.8 (link here)

At home, finally finding the space to listen to "now would all freudians please stand aside", the new disc by James Rhodes:
Bach/Busoni - Toccata, Adagio & Fugue in C major BWV 564
Beethoven - Sonata No.30 Op.109
Bach - Partita No.6 BWV830
Bach/Marcello - Adagio from Concerto No.3
Chopin - Prelude No.4, Etude No.12

At home:
Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherezade

In the car on the way to a gig:
Brahms - Sextet No.2

At the gig, sets by:
Secret Rivals
Inlight - Set list tweeted (what a cool idea that is): inlight: for those who asked about tonight's set: Fragile, Who Will Save Me Now, Spotlights, Give Me A Try, Bridges, Disappear, Paranoia, Icarus..

On the way home in the car:
Bruckner - Symphony No.7 1st & 2nd Movements

Comments: 2 amazing musical experiences today!!!

1. Wonderful wonderful playing by James, as I've now come to expect. The mix of excitement and sensitivity in his interpretations is just brilliant! I could quite literally feel the last movement of the Beethoven tugging at my heart strings.

2. Inlight were STORMING!!! Fabulous! Highlight of the evening for me was the bassline for "Dissapear", which was just amazing! Totally AWESOME! Nights in the Jericho don't get much better than this! Great gig guys!

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