When rebellious nature forges own determination…

That’s right: both my kids have begun to be seduced by the music at the age of 4 1/2 years. Sara Luna is rebellious and obstinate, Emanuele Giosuè ductile and harmonious…

Edmund Severn Polish Dance (1st.movement)

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After meeting with Gautier Capuçon (her Muse), the 8 years old girl began to take cello lessons…

Vivaldi Allegro in E minor  *  Anton Dvorak Song to the Moon

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PS. If you want to listen Sara Luna’s music, click the pause on “soundcloud”   😀

19 Replies to “When rebellious nature forges own determination…”

  1. Bravissimi tutti e due!! Sara Luna col violino, Emanuele Giosuè al pianoforte…e Sara Luna col violoncello è una vera stellina.

      1. Ops, piccolo lapsus freudiano…complimenti a Emanuele Giosuè anche per il suo debutto come direttore d’orchestra e per giunta con un pezzo di musica contemporanea. Un pezzo di ottima fattura, ma probabilmente anche il mio inconscio, dopo più di mezzo secolo di “musica contemporanea”, chiede un pò di ossigeno, qualcosa di nuovo (senza offendere nessuno ovviamente, chiedo scusa). Buona serata

      2. …e il video di Sara Luna col violoncello me lo riguardo e me lo riguardo 🙂 (scusa Emanuele Giosuè, spero di non averti offeso, sei bravissimo pure tu!)…

      3. Vorrei che Emanuele G replicasse alla mia frecciatina sulla musica contemporanea (per es lui cosa ne pensa del pezzo che ha diretto o che rapporto avete voi con la musica contemporanea), altrimenti mi sento in sospeso…

  2. E’ un piacere sentirli e vederli,tanto impegno e serietà meritano ottimi risultati.Mi piacciono la serenità di Giosuè e l’impazienza di Sara Luna.
    Un abbraccio e sereni giorni.

    1. That’s art… my dearest Marina!
      My daddy was a peinter too, my mom was a modist… I’m a word citiZen (very Zen, indeed) and my husband an eco-architect… and both kids shall be musiciens? Who knows, right now they enjoy life and that’s what matters! Kisses 😀

  3. Ormai, per me, non sono più sorprese, ma soltanto conferme! Tanto meglio, complimenti e auguri di continuare così (e spero, a presto – scusami la “tolla” – la fortuna di un ascolto in “privato”!)
    Un abbraccio, Alberto

    1. Isn’t exactly pride, but something much more distinct… I dare to call it admiration! Their Mind/Spirit will lead them where their karma will need to make the right experiences. Serenity Dina, it’s a pleasure to have you here… :-)c

  4. Your children are very talented! They must practice a lot. I took piano lessons when I was 12 years old for a short time, but my parents were quite poor, so they didn’t have the money to let continue. I know I could do it now…but I have so many other passions. Peace to you! ~Sherry~

    1. Dear Sherry, when I was jung I wanted so much to became a musician… it was a real deep love but, as for you, I was raised in a very poor family and my dream coudn’t became reality. When I got money and time, at the age of 37, I buy a vertical piano… I took several lessons, but my finger didn’t make it long. Arthritys isn’t a joke when you want to play music 😦 But something had to be. I really wanted so much to be “into music”, I needed music around all the time… That’s the “Law of attraction”… I have now 3 musician at home and I’m quite happy! 😀 I wish you a superb day ❤ claudine

    1. My dear… in fact, to become a musician (even amateur) you have to start soon! As I wrote to Sherry, unfortunately for me it wasn’t possible. But I live “in the music” and in this life, I have to settle and appreciate the musicians who I frequent. Shimon, thanks for stopping by… have a lovely week-end :-)c

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