201017

Swamped with great lovely work the last couple of days. I have been in my right environment, writing music by hand and developing ideas for a larger project coming up later this year. Made me realise that I probably will not find time to work on my Music Landscapes much before Christmas. Great concert at

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201010

I ended up at the Tóth Árpád sétány the other day. I haven’t been up here for some time. This walk at the castle was a refuge during the spring when there was travel restrictions. Sitting on the “special” bench I looked out over the Buda hills, the fragrance of autumn reached me and I

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201008

It finally arrived! Rare gear investment. The MC-8 from Nakedboards in Moscow. Due to Covid I waited over 2 months for this to arrive. I researched a new midi controller with faders very thoroughly. I wanted a minimalistic design, no bells and whistles along with superior quality and feel. I read quite a few forums and

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201005

Fabulous weekend with 2 concerts. Hungarian folk dance/music on Saturday and the Mozart group from Poland on Sunday. A breathtaking performance by the Hungarian State Folk Ensemble, The Thousand Faces of the Southern Land. Music and dance from the Délvidék region, historically comprising of Hungarians, Serbs, Croats, Ruthenians, Slovaks, Romanians and Gypsies. Cultures shaped by the rivers

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