Wednesday, March 25, 2020

A walk can be a welcome distraction...

Tallis - 16th Century Music for Viols
Ortiz - Music For The Spanish Kings
De Rore - St John Passion
Byrd - Play
Dowland - Lacrimae, Or Seaven Teares
Monteverdi - Teatro D'amore
Allegri - Miserere/Messe/Motets
D'India - Il Primo libro de madrigali a cinque voci (1607)
Schütz - Symphoniae sacrae I
Marini - Curiosi & Moderne Inventioni
Corelli - La Folia
Marais; Sainte-Colombe: The Greatest Masterworks
Purcell - Essential Purcell
Albinoni - Oboe Concertos Complete Op 7 & 9
Vivaldi - LCO 07 : Vivaldi
Telemann - Parisian Quartets
Rameau - Suites pour Ballet
Heinichen - Dresden Concerti
Händel - Chamber Music (Complete)
Bach, J S - Das Orgelwerk - Complete Edition
Richter - Quatuors opus 5
Boyce - The Eight Symphonies (Menihun)
Bach, C P E - Cello Concertos, WQ 170-172
Haydn - Streichtrios
Bach, J C - Symphonies
Dittersdorf - Symphonies in D Major, A Major and E Flat Major
Mozart - Requiem
Beethoven - The Complete String Quartets
Field - Piano Music, Vol. 1
Schubert - Piano Trios
Mendelssohn - Streichquartette
Schumann - String Quartets No. 1 & 2
Liszt - Piano Concertos 1 & 2; Totentanz
Janacek - Piano Works
Debussy - Works For Piano
Satie - Piano Works
Zemlinsky - String Quartets 1 & 2 (Artis)
Scriabin - Piano Works
Bartók - String Quartets (Alban Berg Quartet)
Hindemith - Piano Sonatas 1-3
Scelsi - String Quartets
Tippett - Piano Sonatas No. 1 - 3
Cage - Complete Piano Music
Feldman - Music For Cello
Stockhausen - Piano Music
Gubaidulina - Piano Works
Pärt - Fratres, Festina Lente, Summa
Lachenmann - Complete String Quartets (Arditti)
Rihm - Musik für drei Streicher
Max Richter - from Sleep

Music today was 500 years of classical, with ten tracks each from the 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries - after yesterday's mainly podcast related listening...

Another reasonable day weather-wise as the isolation continues...

Breakfast at home was bean-centric...

...while lunch was a sandwich (and an unpictured tea was a tasty home made green soup)... the remainder of the beans - heated up though, not cold like the other day's dad emulating scenario...

Also at lunch time out for a walk in the environs of Crispycat Towers...

Back home, while I WFH, Anne got the disappointing news that her IT department had run out of time, before her office's lock down, to supply her with the necessary equipment to work for home and so she has been deemed "furloughed" under the government's new scheme - although, of course, no-one actually seems to know how that works...

The last of the Xmas stash was demolished...

In the late afternoon, calls to our mums - both doing ok...

...and, later on, the second of "Jean and Joki", erm I mean "Kate and Koji" was enjoyed, along with "The Goldbergs" and the last in the series of "Star Trek : Discovery"...

That was it...

Highlight of the Day : Out for a walk...

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