Wicked Winterfrost

6 AM

Posted in Norway by talikas on May 21, 2008

Nagu muuseas mängib kell kuus hommikul Marko Matvere Norra versioon kuskil maailma serval Kavelvågi muulitipus Eesti rändurile akordioni.


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  1. The Muff said, on May 21, 2008 at 11:28 pm

    Great pics (as always). May have mentioned this before: you’ve got a great eye – or 2, actually.

    Say “Marko” looks…well…younger that I expected. ;-)

    That’s a lovely accordion – bet it sounds wonderful. From an musician’s standpoint, though, I worry. Such beautiful instruments aren’t inexpensive, and playing them in the cold, damp morning air could create condensation, which would rust out the reeds or introduce dry rot to balsa parts inside.

  2. isa said, on May 22, 2008 at 6:05 am

    Condensate appears on the surface of substances only in case of the difference of temp between the substance and surrounding air.
    Anyhow, the air is full of moisture and it is not good for the instrument.

    But – to celebrate a Day o Constitution(1814) with some acordion music for two marvellous young ladies is a chance noone can miss

  3. Tali said, on May 22, 2008 at 11:10 am

    Hello, Muff, what a good surprise to see you here! Hope all is well with you and your family!

    And it’s definitely good to have a professional’s opinion here. Your advice on the accordion is right on spot. These Norwegian guys seem not to be appreciating what they’ve got, but then again, aren’t all young men like this ? ; ) (but to tell the truth, the moment up there was just too magical… no one was even thinking of air humidity..)

  4. The Muff said, on May 22, 2008 at 5:05 pm

    Ahhhh, magic! May you find it everywhere, always. :-D

    …reeeeeeeally just ribbin’ about the condensation :-) I’ve treated my own squeezeboxes, whistles, bagpipes (etc etc) abominably! You know me, I’ll play anything anywhere if inspiration strikes – even tin whistles in public restaurants or from the top of the (closed!) Raekoda (sp?) tower in Tallinn…

    I’ll update you soon if I get a chance. It’s Final Exam/Concert Week. wheee!

  5. The Muff said, on May 22, 2008 at 7:43 pm

    …Oh, and I agree – celebrations are indeed perfect times for accordion music, anytime and anywhere, especially when there is good company, good scenery, and good food and drink :-D

    Skål! (Tervi seks?) Cheers! Happy Constitution Day!

  6. Tali said, on May 22, 2008 at 9:43 pm

    oh, muff, btw, i met a swedish guy who plays the whistle in an irish band. reminded me a bit of you, although he didnt have a beard : )

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