as we drove home we were listening to some weird songs, classical fm came on. we thought the song had ended but quiet bass strings appeared and the music started to narrate every part of our journey. we began in wooded area along a country road the music was loud energetic, came to a roundabout with civilisation, music calmed down and became gracefull with the curves of the roundabout and roads. we sweareved with the music and it would fluctuate as we went over hills and got tense aorund sharp corners. it rose up when an on coming car appeared and got excitable once we'd passed. then a short soft part as we got to moulds home and to traffic lights. but as we realized mould was going to have to drop everyone off the music become more abrupt and chaotic; we look over to see a police car parked at the lights. danger in the music. it settles down once we pass and are we are relieved as is the music. short bursts of strings coincide with the bumps on the road and as we pull in to drop rorie home the music perfectly stops as we get outside his house. musical journey over.
ive checked the list of music on the classic fm website and none of the songs have the same vibe. maybe it was meant to be that it could not be found.
Programme Playlistfor Nick Bailey
|Time Played on Mon 30th Jan 2012||Track Information|
Symphony No.5 in E minor Opus 64 (2), by Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky
Violin Concerto in F major (2), by Thomas Linley
Piano Concerto in F (2), by George Gershwin
Symphony No.3 in Eb major Opus 91 (3), by Robert Schumann
Mandolin Concerto in Eb major (2), by Giovanni Paisiello
Tchaikovsky: Symphony #5 In E Minor, Op. 64 - 2. Andante Cantabile, Con Alcuna Licenza