In which we discuss Falco, Yngwie Malmsteen, and waltzing
Loved the vibe of the music. Klimt was one of my earliest collage influences, and going to Vienna and seeing The Kiss in person is high on my list of things to do. I love how your newsletter always makes me want to go make stuff!
Wunderbar! And a nice companion piece for my poem, Vienna. And I agree with the assessment of Woman in Gold being "a darn good movie." Also adding learning to waltz to my to do liszt.
"...something snapped in my brain. Suddenly I started playing... When I was finished I actually started laughing out loud." Ah! Creative JOY-- this is the goal! Thank you for the generosity to pass it on. What a juicy, fun piece of art!
And Peter there are good dancing schools and for sure great teachers to help you out 😉
This is what all kids needs inside us need , no judgments ! So let’s think that could be possible with joyful
Yes dancing waltz is something that the little ones insides us do easily, without judgment
Vienna waits for you! Lived there from 2000-2004. Best city. This tune! Having a coffee with it and it wakes you up in the best of ways. Been to Belvedere of course. Curious how art is seen by different people at different times and even censored for reasons... but my mind jumps to "Die Zwiebel" - not Klimt - but Hundertwasser, an early pencil sketch he did as a kid, as part of the exhibit, also in Vienna. Ahhh, Vienna, I need to go back.
And Yngwie-Malmsteen, yes! Haven't heard that name in ages. The G3! Joe S., Steve V. and Yngwie! Well, that does it. G3 Live Rockin' the free world (2004) is on!
Also: In which we "discuss" Falco you say? hmmmmm ;)
Just found your work through notes. Dig these beats mucho. Subscribed -- looking forward to exploring your catalogue
I love the beat.
Also, the couple in The Kiss definitely listen to some Malmsteen.