Posted by Claudia Moser on 5:40 AM in
A very hard letter, so many associations, so many directions. For sure, as my husband told me in advance, I could not leave my ALL TIME favourite artist, Sting, he is the one I listen to no matter how I feel, no matter when and where. My dream was to see him live and I had this immense pleasure last year, in Frankfurt and what I could tell you is: it was so worth it! It was the best birthday present I could get, and here is the post from last October.

From the playlist I chose Moon over bourbon street, probably not my all time favourite but in concert the best:

Shania Twain comes to my mind as well, this woman had so lovely songs! Man I feel like a woman

Or Strauss! The New Year's concert is a classic in our house. On each 1st of January we come all together and watch the Vienna Concert full with his lovely compositions. Simply magic! I chose the overture from Fledermaus, his operetta which my husband adores. If in Timisoara for New Year's Eve we must go to the Opera and enjoy the music:

For saxophone what could I choose? I thought of Charlie Barnet, a classic jazz saxophonist.



All such great associations! I LOVE Shania and her great music!

<3 kris&kel

My favourite Sting song is Fields of Gold. It's really haunting and beautiful. I absolutely LOVE Shania Twain, especially Man, I feel like a Woman! Strauss is pretty good too, with all his waltzes!

Great S choices! Love Shania and Strauss

Happy you liked my choices! Music does make me happy :)

Again...five great contributions.

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