Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Hélène Grimaud, Mozart's Piano Concerto no.23, Adagio





Where language fails, and when one's most excruciating nooks and crannies are not reachable by any other means, then the spirit of music may be subtle enough to seep into its rightful space.

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