|My author, Carole Brown|
In my novel that my author wrote about Joel and myself, Pierre Markus is my favorite. (Of course, remember, he is a made-up one, but in my story, real.)
Recently I heard Pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii playing his composition “Elegy for the Victims of the Tsunami (March 11, 2011, Japan), and the ability he portrayed and his passionate response afterwards--bursting into tears--touched my heart.
Carole and I enjoy many others but we’ll name a few that are favorites: Arthur Cortot’s rendition of Chopin’s Ballade #2 is excellent. Arthur Rubinstein’s passionate playing of Chopin’s Fantaisie Impromptu, Op 66 is awesome. Andrea Romano does an impressive job on Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata. There’s tons more that I really, really enjoy who have marvelous talent.
I hope all you readers will check out Carole’s Appleton, West Virginia Romantic Mysteries.
Book One: Sabotaged Christmas tells the story of Toni DeLuca, one of my best friends, and Perrin Douglas, college professor sans romance adventure author. Accusations at her dead father and sabotaged construction sites are both part of the intrigue of this story.
Book Two: Knight in Shining Apron
Book Three: COMING! Undiscovered Treasures (with an excerpt in the back of Knight in Shining Apron) is written and being edited now. Missing art work and perhaps even a trip to Paris might be in the works!
Thanks so much for sharing with us today, Starli!
Thanks for the invitation, Amber! It’s been a pleasure. --Starli