Sunday Serendipity

I want to thank Bink for the work he did last year creating a playlist of all of Jace’s Sunday Serendipity selections. He linked to them here

I had bookmarked the link but hadn’t gotten around to playing them until Saturday afternoon when I played them for 5 hours straight, commercial free. I think Bink said there was around 24 hrs worth of music on that list. I truly enjoyed it. Playing that many selections all at once I was able to notice the difference in Jace’s approach and mine. It may have been because he actually knew what he was doing, Me? not so much.

My process for deciding what to play each Sunday is very random and haphazard. It depends on what catches my attention (if anything does) then running with it. This week Felix Mendelssohn popped up in a novel I was reading and so it goes.

Enjoy, Jack

Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) – Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64 (1844)

Performed by: Gewandhausorchester Leipzig

Soloist: Anne Sophie-Mutter, violin