Friday, November 27, 2009

Mozart Museum, Austria

Should be working actually instead of babbling here...thats a result of my never-ending procrastination...but then again, its Friday night....how can i feel in a working mood on Friday night?! (excuses excuses...) But if its a Friday night, shouldnt i just move my butt and go out? Yeah I should...but im too lazy to do that, and its too cold outside, and i just dont feel like it...as usual...

And here comes a great card...or at least i love it a lot....it shows the Mozart Museum in Mozart's Birth House and you can see the Hammerklavier made in about 1780....just to make it clear, Hammerklavier is the German word for 'piano'.
For some reason i love cards showing certain kind of people who have had their significance throughout the history....problem is, i cant make some exact distinction about what kind of people i like to see on my cards...but so far, ive been receiving really nice ones :)))

my first Mozart encounters was when i was very little actually...i had those small game-devices...i dont know whats the exact name in English, but there were all sorts of different ones, where you could play all sorts of sports or some platform games...of course, they were very simple ones, and you had those 'joystick buttons' to move through the screen...we are talking about devices you could hold in your hands, so no plugging in the tv or pc or so...anyways, on one of those, which was about playing basketball, there were two tunes while playing and one of them was from Mozart.....i think the other one was from Betthoven, not really sure...too bad i dont have those now, otherwise i would have checked...but there, thats when i started developing some sort of affection towards classical music...how the rest of my musical taste developed is another story, but i know my mum aint happy about it at all, and often said how what i listen to aint music....

and here is something for you to enjoy...feels quite appropriate for such cold nights...







the stamp is from 2007 from a set of 5, showing, flowers, of course :)

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