2007-08-12 01:47

by Vasil Kolev

Today at the days of Karajan they played two things – “Rome pines” by can’t-remember-who (which wasn’t good), and “Pictures from an exhibition” by Modest Mussorgsky (which I’m listening to again now, it’s great).

There was rain, lightnings and thunders at the projection, which fit perfectly with Mussorgsky’s music. There weren’t a lot of people, but we just sat there with the umbrellas and enjoyed it. I’m really grateful to the organizers for playing it.

Tomorrow’s the last day, with Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony – I really hope that it won’t rain, or that it won’t rain too much, so we can listen to it. And we’ll have to see if there will be chairs available…

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