很想用心生活 ｜ 為自己做一點事情 ｜ 這是一個很自私的念頭 ｜ 但人只活一次 ｜ 只能依著心去走
Oh my god! It's like a beetle flying no-stop at your ear! - Teresa
Hi there, Teresa?? You are reading my blog now?
Hi, dreamhunter... yeap, just listened to it... and feeling very dizzy now! 嗡嗡嗡嗡﹗-- Teresa
Hahaha... The quality of the sound record is not very good. It was much better in the concert hall. It was like time freezed there, all you hear it just the repetition of the same "one second".
How long was it?
It's 20 minutes for the one note, then another 20 minutes of absolute silence! I didn't managed to film the grand ending and the followed silence. But it was even more powerful than the beginning. It was a very peaceful moment. Was the symphony in fact created for you appreciate the silence?? Funny, isn't it?
I can almost imagine the power and peace of the ending... I got 3 minutes here, and it's quite enough of it, I was happy when it was over!
Hahaha... First, i put a video of 48 second here, then I found it not long enough to torture you, so i changed to another 3'30" one!
It's really crazy! But very "interesting", i must say!
When you look at the conductor moving his hands to the same sound, you see no difference as if he was conducting to an empty hall, without musicien, without audience.I don't know much about music. Don't know if his gestures really gave a change to the mood or the intrepretation of the musiciens except the starting and the ending. Don't know if there is really a melody and music that he intrepreted out of the One Note. I thought it was going to be 5 minutes, because the music sheet of Yves Klein is not made for 20 minutes, so, it must be the conductor's version of intrepretation.
It reminds me of 唐三藏的金剛咒，尤其是羅家瑛演的那個天下第一煩師傅﹗
How are you recently? How's your life in Paris? - Teresa
How am I?? Hahahah... email me la!
To JK, 電影精﹗希望你唔會覺得我和唐三藏一樣咁煩啦﹗
E--ed. Got it? - Teresa
ya ya yap!! Don't "MSN" in my blog la!! The others will find us exactly like the One Note Symphony, "好煩呀，你哋﹗"
一担沙糖一担 "do"﹗-- Teresa
Aiya... Stop MSN in my blog la...! But what JK just said is exactly what I was thinking last night in the concert hall... Where is the line separating Gentleness and violence? When gentleness becomes too much or last too long, over your limite of patience, but are forced to accept it, since it's gentleness, you have no good reason to refuse "gentleness", then you become agitated and it becomes so violent!
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