Sonatina for Flute & Piano: I. Allegro grazioso - Eldin Burton
Flute: Anja Setzkorn-Krause
Piano: Jens Hoffmann
Such a lyrical opening, which definitely suits the Flute so so well. The start of an absolutely beautiful Sonatina.
I do not use the word home lightly.
So when I sigh it into the crook of your neck,
Believe that your spine is a timber frame,
Your kiss a welcome mat,
And your enveloping arms my front door” — (via sekaoj)
The root of the word amateur is “I love,” not “I’m not very good.”
What I came to realize is that fear, that’s the worst of it. That’s the real enemy.