Lullaby For Kamilla

I was reminded today how much I love this, so, being the generous chap that I am, I thought I’d share. 

I’d not seen the (this?) video to it before. Wow.

0 Comments on “Lullaby For Kamilla

  1.  by  Nik's Blog

    Paul, believe me, I would have absolutely no idea what young people say! :)Tis a lovely piece though, and if chill means that then chill it is.Nik

  2.  by  Douglas Bruton

    What today reminded you of this? How do you know the piece? What is the connection with the video and the music, other than that they together create in the viewer and listener an ache?Thanks for sharing, Nik.D

  3.  by  Nik's Blog

    Here goes…I was chatting to a lovely writer friend who plays the violin (about cello music, but that’s an aside: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8Emm7fXqAg) and I just got reminded.My ex-girlfriend’s mum introduced us to it.It’s the first time I’d seen the video – affecting isn’t it? The connection is that The Kroke Band are from Krakow. History, eh?And together they DO make one ache, don’t they? It’s a strange piece, in that when I’m in a happy mood (this was in my car constantly when I was touring with my book – Good Memories) then it feels triumphant, but when I’m in a less happy mood it’s shatteringly sad.I adore it.Nik

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