Woot! Love the violin! I watched David Garrett for the first time on PBS the other night. It was magical to see him become one with his violin. They panned over some of the audience members and I enjoyed very much watching their expressions as they soaked in his music live. I burst with joy when I saw some of them unable to contain themselves and move to the music while others sat still. Everyone enjoys music differently. Even I, at times, prefer to sit still in complete awe of the experience consuming me with instrument and melody.
After my initial excitement, I closed my eyes and took in the concert. However, only seconds later I was grabbing the iPad to look this fellow up – of course! “David Garrett (born as David Bongartz on 4 September 1980) is a record-breaking German-American classical violinist and recording artist.”
Pure awesomeness! Shortly after a few songs, he played November Rain. It was grandiosenessly lovely. Here are some freebies David Garrett. Feeling fluffy floaty at the moment. While listening to David Garrett – Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana) this came out:
Feels good ting, ting, ting flashes of silver liquid piercing the sky splattering, jagged forces attack, clawing at the heart, passion dwells longingly to come out, fragments shatter, pieces of metallic shine, weaving through thoughts, casting molds, melting nectar to the soul, strings rip and rail, cling zig zags into eyes, bewildered world, fantasy of pleasure, escape onto the waters, the strings strum the violin hidden, pathways of a thumping heart pounding, in molten songs, merging instrument and soul are one, pouring mercury bubbles plinking down a glowing vessel, drip drop, drip drop, puddle wafting into ethereal sounds.
I think I will turn it into a poem. I confess I cannot stop listening to it. It has sucked me into a fantastic world, and is making feel happy. Although, I am taking breaks and listening to other songs as well such as this beauty…
I cannot get off of TED, in between my music listening. I am completely addicted at the moment. It helps my mind ponder on productive positive things.