5-Minute Dance Party [Intro. and Rondo Capriccioso]

 
 
 

 
 
 

I know very little about classical music. Very, very little.
 

I do know that Jascha Hefitz is the premier violinist of his age.
 

I also know that I generally love Camille Saint-Saëns‘s compositions. He wrote in every medium available to him as a composer at the time.
 

Saint-Saëns’ music is narrative, meaning, it lends itself to story-structure, and lyrical, meaning, it sounds pretty in the ear.
 

As I said, I know very little about classical music, but I am all ears, almost all of the time.
 

(That means if you know a great deal about classical music and opera? Tell me everything, please!)
 

I thought it might be nice to give you a narrative piece of music today because today’s poem is about the lack of a narrative, or story.
 

I’m diving deep today. I’m hoping you’ll go with me.
 

Have an amazing Tuesday.

 
 
 

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