Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:36 AM in
The Rock Queen for me, Tina Turner, the woman with a steamy life, a great voice and amazing legs. No words needed, just one classic song

For the instrument I chose a traditional Romanian one named tilinca basically a flute without finger holes, which sounds like this

A little bit of me from two perspectives, favourite artist and native folklore!



Hi Claudia! Wow, you're really taking this new challenge seriously and introducing us to and reminding us of some great musicians. It's patently obviously just how passionate you are about music :)

Sorry! 'patently obvious..." I really should check what I've typed before posting it!

WoW! I love Tina Turner, although you don't hear of her so much now. If that song ever comes on the radio, I always turn it up full blast. I saw her over here on her last tour, when she was in her early sixties. To see her singing and racing around the stage in a mini skirt on 6" high heels was a real inspiration!!! I'm sure the tilinca is lovely too!

Lots of different musical views...I love it!

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