…Yehudi Menuhin and Stephane Grappelli… stringed Maestros…

…there are musicians whose talented gifts surpass JONGGR… in these modern days where we quill-scrapers hear so much about ‘writing in the proper JONGGR, p’raps a wee lesson is to be had listening to these exponents in another field of the artistic arts… if yeez play, sing, write, or perform wonderfully at whatever yeez do, to hell with the JONGGR, I say… Yehudi Menuhin and Stephane Grappelli graced the WURLD with their expertise with their different styles of violin playing… but whomever yeez listened to of the pair, they were outstanding…

yehudiviolinistsstephane…listen first to this clip, where the two were thrown together for the first time… magical… and the distinctive ‘Voices’ of each of their playing comes triumphantly to the ear…

…now, enjoy Master Menuhin’s talent…

…and compare that of Master Grappelli

…back in the day, when the rock and roll, beat, and hippy-hippy-shake tsunamis were bouncing across the airwaves on television and endless radio music channels, these virtuosi still commanded a rightful place and more than held their own in enrapturing national and international audiences… this kinda playing is everlasting… thank you gentlemen for being alive and playing when I could still listen to yeez both… see yeez all later… LUV YEEZ!

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  1. Reblogged this on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life and commented:
    More music that is timeless with two maestros of the violin – courtesy of Seumas Gallacher… shall we dance….

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  2. Saw them together at Liverpool Empire. Brilliant.

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  3. Fab! And Parkinson a few years back also worth a watch! Happy weekend Seumas!

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  4. Two great musicians with two different styles, both masters of the art. Thank you, Seumas for this musical treat. What you’re saying is that writers can have different styles and write in different genres, but still be masters of the pen. Well demonstrated. 🙂

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  5. Never was a truer word spoken by a Scot. Thanks for the music, Seumas 🙂

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