Mozart, Adagio KV 540 played on Clavichord by Wim Winters; beautiful candelight performance

Mozart, Adagio KV 540 played on Clavichord by Wim Winters; beautiful candelight performance

Wim plays this as a moving tribute to his late father.

While I was holding his hand in mine, talking to him, I couldn’t help hearing the first lines of Mozart’s adagio in B Minor, over and over again. I know it sounds a bit strange, as if I hadn’t had something else on my mind that evening, but it is as it is.

It is with that piece of music that I want to pay tribute to him. I’ll miss him badly, but at the same time am so grateful of 42 beautiful years together with him.

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About EdwardianPiano

I am a classical music enthusiast, history geek, artist and writer.
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2 Responses to Mozart, Adagio KV 540 played on Clavichord by Wim Winters; beautiful candelight performance

  1. smilecalm says:

    Enjoyed this piece
    will share it with my classical pianist partner!
    May your father continue shining on
    in your beautiful musical expressions.

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