Inspired By Amadeus …Floral Friday

The skillful pianist Andrei Pisarev’s rendition of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Piano Sonata No. 11 (K. 331)” on the stereo inspired today’s offerings. This is one of my favorite pieces to play while engaged in creative pursuits.

The piece has a mellow, warm tone, so I selected one variety and color of bloom for all three arrangements–orange Ranuculuses.  This is a flower that I cannot get enough of this winter.

Ironically, I chose a contemporary heavy glass vase to express the first portion of Mozart’s music. This trio feels rich but not overly weighty.

As the masterwork progressed the tempo increased slightly and my emotions become elevated. A tightly arranged trio of Ranuculuses and flowing grasses in the modern Japanese vase expresses this quality.

The last portion of the Sonata becomes more complex and faster. The black monolithic vase reminds me of Pisarev’s Steinway. The arrangement is suitably more complex.

The Blue Jay of Happiness quotes Mozart. “We live in this world in order always to learn industriously and to enlighten each other by means of discussion and to strive vigorously to promote the progress of science and the fine arts.”

About swabby429

An eclectic guy who likes to observe the world around him and comment about those observations.
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