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Sun, Jan. 11th, 2004 07:59 pm

These are the questions, with answers, posed by thepoetess:

1. What is Norway like?

Unfortunately, I only spent my first three years there, so I don't remember anything about it. However, Norway is a fairly cold place, but the Gulf Current keeps it from being unbearable. The water is slighty acidic because of natural microbes that live in the water and make the water a very serene blue. The cities are fairly modern because of the discovery of oil off the coast earlier in the 20th century. The people generally know both Norweigan and English (though they learn British English and have a heavy accent). It's a wonderful country full of a lot of history. The government is a Constitutional Monarchy. I could go on, but I've probably gone on too far.

2. What does music mean to you - i.e. What do you get from music that you can't from someone, something?

Music is a language for me. It's a form of communication in which pure emotion can be conveyed. Music has been in my life for as long as I can remember, so it's a constant that I can draw from. Music helps me concentrate, helps sustain my emotional stability, and it relaxes me. I can't say that I wouldn't get these from anything else, but it's the one place that I know I can get them.

3. If you didn't feel music was your life, what do you think you'd be doing right now?

It's hard to say. Music has always been there, so it's difficult to see much else. However, one possibility might be computers, acting, or writing. Writing is probably more of a reality than the others.

4. What is your dream place to play music?

Ireland. Somewhere in the rolling hills of Ireland.

5. Indulge for a minute. If past lives existed, what or who do you think you were?

I'd be shooting a little high if I dared say Jussi Björling or Chief Justice Earl Warren, so maybe some sort of samurai or guard or something... I don't know.

Current Mood: lonely lonely
Current Music: "Untitled 7" -Kenneth Edward Keyn


Mon, Jan. 12th, 2004 03:55 am (UTC)

I've always wondered a bit about Norway; my great-grandfather (on my dad's side) was a Norwegian immigrant. I've always wondered how a full-blooded Norwegian fell in love with a full-blooded Italian!