Actually a lot of things happend, mainly small things.
I've spent the new years break with Jürg. We spent a calm evening watching movies and talking.
Now everybody seems to move: first I helped Anna bringing stuff to her new home, on the way we visited Isa (and finally they've met each other.).
Isa and her boy-friend Beat will start to live together and asked if I could help transporting stuff (which I will do - learning from the adventure with Anna's sofa I suggested to use a bigger car than mine).
Me too will have to pack my stuff as I will move probably somewhen in march (most likely around the 13th) to Adliswil. Basically the flat will be much to large for me alone but as it is the cheapest I could get (and affort) I will be Happy to welcome guests in Zürich-Parkside xD
The Job is of no significant relevance anymore and I'm more less there to spent my time (which I'd rather would spent playing the lute - but I doubt they would welcome if I'd practice in the office).
The travel policy of the company is so ludicrous!
I will be succeeded by a collegue from the french speaking part of switzerland and was asked to visit him. The travel request has to be approved by one of europe's leading managers although the expenses are neglectable. In the meantime I guess the efforts to get this trael approved are more than 20 hours which makes the effort much more expensive than the travel itself. And after more than a month the request still isn't approved. So my succeedor perhaps will have bad luck because my dierect leader insists the travel would be approved *soon*
Of course I'm still very busy lute playing.
There will be new recitals dealing with the music of Bossiniensis one of whose book was printed in 1509 by Petrucci in Venice. It will be a mixture of Frottole with guiding Ricercare.
And to provide some variety we will also incorporate some pieces of the earlier programs.
We even got an invitation to Bosnia to play at a festival there!
A while ago Daniel Shoskes visted Zürich and we met to play some duets together.
Here they are:
Entré of the Concerto in G-Major by J.Gleimius
the Adagio of the same Concerto:
and the final Allegro of the Concerto:
A piece I like very much is by "Anonymus" (in F-Major). BTW: One can assume many pieces signed anonymus are by female composers and somehow I like the idea that this piece was written by a elegant baroque lady:
And finally - just for Anna aka. black_syringa - some fotos of a roe I took a while ago.
It was very close to me and I had enough time to take a lot of fotographs - until a Jogger arrived. I never thought they would make SO much noise!
a friend edited this picture and it came out like this - I'm not sure which version is better