Christmas gifts

Posted by Claudia Moser on 2:28 PM
Sometime I wonder what will I remember from all the gifts ever received for Christmas. This year was kind of special since I had the chance to stay home with my family in Romania. It was an incredible gift which I will treasure for a long time. Nevertheless there are 2 things which are also marked in my head.

One amazing movie - How about you which allowed me to discover Christmas from another perspective and also to find an amazing composer, Satie. It is simply wow, just listen to Gnossienne No. 4 and you will understand.

And then Duffy with an incredible song called Delayed Devotion. Somehow for someone so young it is amazing what lyrics she can produce. For a peek try to listen to them - lyrics.

In the end Christmas is also about discoveries, sometimes about who we are, sometimes about waht is close to us, about who are actually our friends. I was lucky, 2008 Christmas showed me how special we all are. Thank you!



Anonymous says:

If you like Eric Satie - try "Three Gymnopodies" - some of my favourites!

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