Banging Tunes

Whilst working on the book today (and you thought I’ve just been wasting time training horses and spraying weeds), I have been listening to Stjepan Hauser and Luka Sulic (2CELLOS).

A little levity to start the weekend…

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… and one for Sunday night – Benedictus…

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Jack Plane

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About Jack Plane

Formerly from the UK, Jack is a retired antiques dealer and self-taught woodworker, now living in Australia.
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16 Responses to Banging Tunes

  1. FIG Woodworks says:

    Not what I was expecting

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  2. ged gardiner says:

    occasionally slips out of the “authentic performance” bracket I think…

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  3. hughjengine says:

    A very early use of the endpin!

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  4. bobbarnettpe says:

    That was intense. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Katya says:

    so more than just a pair of whacky youngsters!

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  6. Glen Luther says:

    It lacked one key element. They should have smashed their instruments at the end.

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  7. Kinderhook88 says:

    Delightfully incongruent.

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  8. rondennis303 says:

    The performance of “Benedictus” was truly awesome!

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  9. Mer says:

    I hope you’re aware of Apocalyptica! :)

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  10. Kathy pelly says:

    I think I am in love!!😂

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  11. JR says:

    I like the 2 Cellos. Thank you for the introduction. Sort of a cross between music pioneered by Kronos Quartet and Alamaailman Vasarat, aren’t they?

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  12. Jeremy says:

    Folks like 2 Cellos and Lindsey Stirling bring fun and youthful energy and help to inspire young players (like my 12yr old daughter) to play classic instruments. Love what they are bringing out to keep it fresh.

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