Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:21 AM in

A great pianist Lang Lang interpreting a classical piece from Chopin, simply lovely!

And also from Chopin, a cello solo



My mom used to play piano when I was a child. I loved listening to the classics. So beautiful.

@Belle - so did my grandmother! I am so happy to see her and mother today!

I had piano lessons from the age of 9 but, unfortunately, I don't play now. I have always loved piano music, especially romantic tunes. Chopin was very special. Hope you're having a good weekend and that you find time to do some relaxing!

@Diane -. wow, you must be very talented! I love piano music as well. And yes, weekend will be great, spend with the family

I played the cello in my youth and, in my mind, it has the most beautiful sound of all the instuments

@Cyndi great! Cello, that is an impressive instrument. Thank you for all of your comments, so sweet of you!

Anonymous says:

I love Chopin. I remember doing an essay on him in music class when I was an adolescent. Thanks for the links of his beautiful music.

@Catchats - gladly, love Choping as well!

Just popped by to say hope you're having a WONDERFUL weekend with your Mom & Gran :)

This Z-A project has gone SO QUICKLY! I'm sure a lot more so than the A-Z challenge :)

Anonymous says:

Beautiful music!

@Desiree - so sweet of you!
@Elizabeth - glad you liked it!

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