[racchabanda] Re: రచ్చబండ కవితలు

 

Addendum:

Wait a minute! Shouldn't I have ended that song with a softening -

ఠంగ్ ఠంగ్  ఠాంగ్ ఠాంగ్ ఠాం....గ్.

(Although, I don't think Beethoven had either cuckoo, or bells in his mind. I will be happier, instead of writing, if I can play the piano piece with both my hands in rhythm.)

And come to think of it, in a prior post, in Mahler's third symphony, the children' chorus does not say the words, I typed in. Where did they come from!

No, those children are not in a Harrison Ford's -Indiana Jones- snake pit to hiss like that. I am sorry! Mahler, the Austrian composer had 'Heaven and Angels' in mind.

It is bells (I am told,) the kids are mimicking. They say: Bimm Bamm, which I suppose is like -ding dong.

Ah! I got that mistake off my chest now.

Now Reading on and off - Gustav Mahler: The Symphonies - by Constantin Floros. A beautiful book. Glad I asked for it. I am positive reading this book and listening to Mahler is going to give pleasure in plentiful.

 

Lyla.

Got to go get some groceries. Fritz is all empty.    

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