Indeed I didn't catch that! Well, that's perhaps some of the fun that should be straightened out when merging I think. My apologies for the rant and off topics!I think you might be a bit confused. The post above mine was originally started as a new thread. I asked the mods to merge the threads, and my post got moved along with it. So my link now links to the same thread I was redirecting to. Maybe the mods should delete all these posts about thread mergers to keep this thread on topic, so I will report my own post.
And I am going to see Ann Sophie Mutter playing a collection of chamber music. A piano and a Cello.I am already looking forward to the live performance next weekend in a manor house (picture) near here, hosted by friends of ours:
One of the most famous intermezzi of the genre "Opera Buffa" and at the same time one of the most famous works of Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710-1736), la "Serva padrona" (The Servant as Mistress) celebrated its premiere in Napoli in 1733 and has been very popular all over the world ever since. It tells the story of the servant Serpina who, with the help of the servant Vespone, manages to convince the old bachelor Uberto to marry her and thus make her mistress.
Great - this looks promising! (We have seen A.S. Mutter live on several occasions.)And I am going to see Ann Sophie Mutter playing a collection of chamber music. A piano and a Cello.
Thank you. At the end, they do pose for pictures.Great - this looks promising! (We have seen A.S. Mutter live on several occasions.)
Sometimes it is difficult with the pictures, in many concerts it is not allowed to take photos.
In any case, I wish you much pleasure!
They are at https://www.prestomusic.com/classical/products/8443089--sei-suites-per-violoncello
Thank you. At the end, they do pose for pictures.