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Mon, Oct. 4th, 2004 11:09 pm
Rachmaninoff and Teeth

Went to the symphony tonight, again. This time it was Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3. Very good piece. Anyway, we went knowing that the previous night, the pianist had developed tendonitis at the last minute and the orchestra was forced to play a Tchikovsky piece in place of the piano concerto. However, for tonight's concert, they flew in a guy from Alabama (who an hour before the concert started was still in the air). However, even right off the plane, the guy was amazing and received a huge standing ovation.

On a different note (no pun intended), I had some weird thing on one of my molars. It was fairly sharp, but not so much that I was in agony. It was just annoying me, so I came to the decision that it might be best to file it down a little. While it wasn't all that difficult (and I was a little worried I might file the wrong tooth), it was awkward trying to get at it. Luckily, I was able to get it without causing any damage, but it still feels funky.

It's late and I'm going to try and go to bed.

Current Music: "Piano Concerto No. 3" -Sergei Rachmaninoff


Tue, Oct. 5th, 2004 12:56 am (UTC)

I love him. He is one of my five essential composers, and his Piano Concerto No 3 is beautimus. Simply stunning. No2 is my personal favorite, but I love most everything by the man. ;-) That's awesome you got to see it performed live!