Thursday, 10 June 2010
Erik Satie Gnossienne No. 1 by Tzvi Erez, piano
With the risk of overdoing it I wanted to post this other interpretation of Satie's piece I came across. It lacks perhaps some of the refinement in the notes, the forever haunted feeling the other one leaves you with, yet it is somehow more forceful, stronger, of a non resigned desperation, less final. I initially tried to include it in my other post but it wouln't work. So let me share my obsession with you once again.
Also sharing my black wool felt 1940's tilt hat, which is the vintage item I paid the most for so far. It was one of those cases when you have to have it, or else you might have a stroke. I chose the hat, and we've been happy ever since. From lovely UK seller pussyfootvintage.