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  • Sylvestrian

    In a surprising coincidence, dear friend, I had just begun listening to Sculthorpe's "Earth Cry" when I received your Shoutbox message with the YouTube link to "Earth Cry"! You know what they say about great minds... :-) I share your sense of loss with the passing of Peter Sculthorpe. I am well, thanks. I'm glad you returned to Istanbul to vote. So much is at stake in Turkey now. Tekirdağ looks like a very interesting city. Güvenli ve mutlu geçecek!

    15 Ago 15h06 Responder
  • Sylvestrian

    Merhaba, sevgili Mualla. If you haven't heard, composer Peter Sculthorpe died a week ago at age 85. You introduced me to his works for which I shall be ever grateful. I hope you are well in the waning days of summer in this unsettled time.

    15 Ago 13h48 Responder
  • penguintiz

    I have a new prog piece out and a new classical recording out

    29 Jul 12h34 Responder
  • Titorsbrother

    After so many "weekend shouts" the moment has come .. to be more than I've been for all of you.... sometime a pleasure.. some other a nuisance.. but looking back proudly ... to all I have been and become .. all I have always meant to be. The moment has come ... to glance skyward....pause, and take one final calming breath before transforming anew.... better..worse ..when ?.. who knows? maybe some other ....further .. from time to time ...occasionally .. when my soul will scream again... Many thanks sweet Mualla.., and many thanks also go to all of you always following me.. I will always follow you.. 'cause I will always need you.. and our music..of course.. hugs .... Andy.... (thanks to the marvelous Mehdi for this song)

    19 Jul 14h28 Responder
  • shaluvk

    Thank you Mualla, Julia Fischer's 'Summer' was absolutely gorgeous. Given how you like 'dark music' I delight in the cheerful pieces you share with me. Much cheer, Shalu.

    17 Jul 16h15 Responder
  • Sylvestrian

    Hello, dear Mualla. I presume you have returned from Bursa and now are trying to stay cool in Istanbul. I'm very glad to hear that you are spending some time in parks. That is good for the body and the soul. I don't know "Winter Sleep" but it sounds like a good film. Thanks for the Finzi romance. I liked it very much. Finzi wrote many works for woodwinds so you might like this wind quintet piece by a composer I have recently discovered: Toensing is the father of my physician and I only learned from his obituary a few days ago that he is a noted composer and choral director.

    15 Jul 18h45 Responder
  • shaluvk

    Hello Mualla. How've you been? I'm happy to read about your time spent at Bursa with your sisters and friends. My sister left last weekend and as always, I cherish my time spent with her. Thanks for sharing the link to Ahmet Ümit’s mystery novel. The book sounds intriguing. I read an Indian author named Jeet Thayil. His 'Necropolis.' I'm loving my cooking just now. I tire of the customary north Indian cuisine I usually dish out. So I'm trying my hand at world cuisine. Today I bunged together dainty Japanese Spinach and Hijiki Salad and Sunomono (a simple cucumber salad) for dinner with some delicate music for company. You'd have approved. The salads tasted absolutely light and wholesome. I identify with your passion for music. I never cook sans my music. Here's a lullaby for you: Have a good week, my friend. Cheers.

    15 Jul 16h03 Responder
  • shaluvk

    Mehraba Mualla, how're you my friend? Are you back in Istanbul? My sister's here today and I'm very excited. No, I'm not familiar with Ahmet Ümits' books. What did you think of "A Momento for İstanbul?" The only Turkish writers I've read are Nazim Hikmet and Orhan Pamuk. Thanks, I thoroughly enjoyed listening to Mono - Ashes In The Snow. Here's something sweet for you: I hope you make yourself a lovely week. With much cheer. (☀‿☀)

    25 Jun 13h40 Responder
  • antares10

    Hello dear Mualla. It's really a long time ago since I haven't been here on your beautiful page. I am sorry, I have been tired and lazy. How are you my dear friend? Have you begun your Summer vacations? I have and it's great. The weather is mostly nice. We had some really hot days but now it's cooler. I guess that it's very hot in Turkey now. Sweden is really a beautiful country and I like that it's not too hot but I do miss the warm Mediterranean sea!! Here is a beautiful piece of the Danish composer Carl Nielsen. I guess you already know it but I hope you enjoy it the same. Have a wonderful new week! :) :)

    23 Jun 17h13 Responder
  • shaluvk

    Dear Mualla, first-up my apologies for this belated response. has been erratic and I couldn’t access it/scrobble music for days together. Are you at Bursa already? Is it your home-town? How goes your vacation with your sisters and friends? I’m so happy for you to enjoy their company and your leisure. My sister's visiting us this month end and I’m over the Moon. We get along famously and I get somebody to mother me. You’re very wise in your eating and it shows. I’m struggling with my weight just now but there’s naught to do because of my dashed neck. Mercifully, cooking usually satiates me so that I don’t eat much of my own cooking. Thank you for sharing Arvo Pärt - Trisagion for String Orchestra. It was hauntingly achingly beautiful. I think Pärt’s music very moody and melancholy. Which Turkish authors have you been reading? I hope you make yourself a lovely weekend. Here’s the lovely Kaushiki Chakrabarty singing Raga Multani:

    12 Jun 14h59 Responder
  • Sylvestrian

    Merhaba, sevgili Mualla. I hope your visit to Bursa is going well. I read this column by Thomas Friedman which made sense to me and might to you, too: I've long enjoyed the compositions of a fairly obscure composer, Albéric Magnard. One of his pieces that I listened to today was the Sonata for Violin and Piano, the third movement of which is here: Safe travels and good times!

    12 Jun 14h21 Responder
  • karatte

    thx for the add :D

    7 Jun 15h04 Responder
  • Sylvestrian

    Thanks for "Pale Yellow" by Jennifer Higdon, dear Mualla. I really enjoyed it. I've long been familiar with Higdon and have been heard a couple of first performances of her works when she has been present but "Pale Yellow" is new to me. It's appealing on several levels and I wouldn't be surprised if it becomes one of her most performed works. I hope you have a wonderful time in Bursa. Be safe and stay in touch.

    3 Jun 16h02 Responder
  • Sylvestrian

    Merhaba, sevgili Mualla! I listened to an album of Ian Venables compositions a little while ago including this piece, which made me think of you: Even though it's an elegy, I hope you have a happy week! :-)

    2 Jun 15h16 Responder
  • shaluvk

    Mehraba dear Mualla. Thanks for introducing me to Delius: 'The Walk to the Paradise Garden.' Breathtakingly beautiful, I don't what I loved more—the enchanting music or the video. I'm glad you enjoyed reading about my happy meanderings through my beautiful city. I started an oil-on-canvas and I cry in frustration because I chose a humungous size to paint and it's dreadful and I want to bin it already. What did you paint/teach lately? Make yourself a lovely weekend, my friend. Shall you bake? Much cheer, Shalu.

    30 Mai 14h52 Responder
  • shaluvk

    Mehraba Mualla. How're you doing my friend? Please don't apologise for replying late—I'm happy to hear from you anytime. Yes, I'd read about the mining disaster at Soma. Heartbreaking. In this day and age! I'm glad that Can Gurkan and Ramazan Dogru are to be prosecuted. Sigh. How was your trip? I hope you had a great time traveling. The food street at Bangalore I told you about the last time? There are such exquisite food streets in India that this one was a bit of a dampener. That however, didn't stop me from stuffing my face with dosa and idli (local rice-based preparations.) OOH. I next went to a local market that side of town called Gandhibazaar and had a hot cuppa at a small cafe called Vidhyarti Bhawan (literally Students' House/Building.) The cafe walls were hung with sketches and I jumped when I realised that they were rendered by a friend's father. I absolutely must go meet the man if he'd see me. Here's something sweet for you:

    21 Mai 11h24 Responder
  • shaluvk

    Mehraba dear Mualla. I hope you're in good health and spirits my dear friend. I'm so happy for you to have your sister visit you and you go sightseeing together. It must've been a treat. Someday I hope to visit istanbul too. I've read so much about it and I particularly want to go see the spice bazaar. I have plans to visit a food street at Bangalore next weekend. I'll tell you about my impressions later. What do you read? What music did you hear lately? I wish you a lovely week. Cheers.

    13 Mai 11h30 Responder
  • lorkheh

    Hi.i am glad to meet you!!!have a good weekend...

    7 Mai 9h23 Responder
  • shaluvk

    Mehraba dear Mualla, thank you for sharing 'Sinding - Rustle of Spring' with me. It was very beautiful. I just sat through a TED talk by Elif Şafak and I thought of you. How're you doing? Your daughters? The bread recipe I shared uses whole wheat flour and in any case I baked mine with very coarse milled flour (I just added extra water for a softer texture upon kneading.) What have you been busy with? What did you paint? Much cheer, Shalu.

    6 Mai 13h02 Responder
  • OmmKalthoumFan

    Mualla teyzecim merhaba. Nasilsiniz, her sey yolunda mi? Uzun zamandir gorusememistik. Ozledim. Kendinize cok iyi bakin. Sevgilerimle ♥♥♥

    5 Mai 19h20 Responder
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Sobre mim

“If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician.
I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music.”
~ Albert Einstein

Vincent van Gogh. (Dutch, 1853-1890).
The Starry Night Saint Remy, June 1889

Lyrics and Music:
Don McLean, Vincent 1971.

Starry, starry night.
Paint your palette blue and grey,
Look out on a summer's day,
With eyes that know the darkness in my soul.
Shadows on the hills,
Sketch the trees and the daffodils,
Catch the breeze and the winter chills,
In colors on the snowy linen land.

Now I understand what you tried to say to me,
How you suffered for your sanity,
How you tried to set them free.
They would not listen, they did not know how.
Perhaps they'll listen now.

Starry, starry night.
Flaming flowers that brightly blaze,
Swirling clouds in violet haze,
Reflect in Vincent's eyes of china blue.
Colors changing hue, morning fields of amber grain,
Weathered faces lined in pain,
Are soothed beneath the artist's loving hand.

Now I understand what you tried to say to me,
How you suffered for your sanity,
How you tried to set them free.
They would not listen, they did not know how.
Perhaps they'll listen now.

For they could not love you,
But still your love was true.
And when no hope was left in sight
On that starry, starry night,
You took your life, as lovers often do.
But I could have told you, Vincent,
This world was never meant for one
As beautiful as you.

I myself am quite absorbed by the delicate yellow, delicate soft green, delicate violet of a ploughed and weeded piece of soil.
- Vincent van Gogh

I often think that the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day. ~Vincent Van Gogh

Le Petit Prince

"Toutes les grandes personnes ont d'abord été des enfants"

"Quand vous leur parlez d'un nouvel ami, elles ne vous questionnent jamais sur l'essentiel. Elles ne vous disent jamais: "Quel est le son de sa voix? Quels sont les jeux qu'il préfère? Est-ce qu'il collectionne les papillons?" "

"Et si je connais, moi, une fleur unique au monde, qui n'existe nulle part, sauf dans ma planète, et qu'un petit mouton peut anéantir d'un seul coup, comme çà, un matin, sans se rendre compte de ce qu'il fait, ce n'est pas important çà!"

"Si quelqu'un aime une fleur qui n'existe qu'à un exemplaire dans les millions et les millions d'étoiles, ça suffit pour qu'il soit heureux quand il les regarde" ✿⊱╮

( [...] Mais si le mouton mange la fleur, c'est pour lui comme si, brusquement, toutes les étoiles s'éteignaient!)

Mais le renard revint à son idée :
-Ma vie est monotone. Je chasse les poules, les hommes me chassent. Toutes les poules se ressemblent, et tous les hommes se ressemblent. Je m'ennuie donc un peu. Mais si tu m'apprivoises, ma vie sera comme ensoleillée. Je connaîtrai un bruit de pas qui sera différent de tous les autres. Les autres pas me font rentrer sous terre. Le tien m'appelera hors du terrier, comme une musique. Et puis regarde! Tu vois, là-bas, les champs de blé? Je ne mange pas de pain. Le blé pour moi est inutile. Les champs de blé ne me rappellent rien. Et ça, c'est triste! Mais tu as des cheveux couleur d'or. Alors ce sera merveilleux quand tu m'auras apprivoisé! Le blé, qui est doré, me fera souvenir de toi. Et j'aimerai le bruit du vent dans le blé…
Le renard se tut et regarda longtemps le petit prince :
-S'il te plaît… apprivoise-moi! dit-il.

Ainsi le petit prince apprivoisa le renard. Et quand l'heure du départ fut proche :
-Ah! dit le renard… je pleurerai.
-C'est ta faute, dit le petit prince, je ne te souhaitais point de mal, mais tu as voulu que je t'apprivoise…
-Bien sûr, dit le renard.
-Mais tu vas pleurer! dit le petit prince.
-Bien sûr, dit le renard.
-Alors tu n'y gagnes rien!
-J'y gagne, dit le renard, à cause de la couleur du blé.

Antoine de Saint Exupéry

Fazil Say

Fazil Say

Benyamin Sönmez, turkish classical, cello (1983 - 2011)

John Cage - Rozart Mix

"If something is boring after two minutes, try it for four. If still boring, then eight. Then sixteen. Then thirty-two. Eventually one discovers that it is not boring at all."
— John Cage

Erkki-Sven Tüür - Dedication, for cello and piano

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