WOW! Kind of like musical acrobatics! 🙂
I can only wonder at such talent. And showman … er, show-womanship!
They’re quite something! 😀
Try this for the Pachelbel Canon
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That is totally hilarious! How it is possible to skip around like that and play a violin at the same time, I simply do not know!
😀 Our cellist called the Pachelbel “The Indefatigable”. For some weird reason people like trying to walk in to it on their wedding days. (That is, “walk in” – bride walking down the isle)
The other extreme of trying to do it to Sousa!
Queens of whimsy, initially quarrelsome, then quite quick, never quiet but quiveringly quintessential. Thank Q.
I would love to see them live, I think it would be great!
Thanks for introducing me to Salut Salon (via Cee who reblogged this). This in turn led me to a great 40 min documentary on the quartet on YouTube. The interviews are in German but there are lots of stunning performances in between. These women, apart from being extraordinarily gifted, have an amazing sense of humour.
Don’t you go standing on your head trying this party piece out. I have seen it before, but fell in love with them all over again.
Thanks for this, Col. I loved it!
Brilliant – I’ve seen them before, but this is well worth a repeat performance.
That is some talented group if I’ve ever seen one…
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Aren’t they amazing? I’ve just been watching some of their other performances – wow!
What talent, and they’re funny!
One has to try and drive one of those incredibly tricky machines to appreicate just how brilliant they are. Even upside-down the pianist does that Mozart sonata better than I do!
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