Diane Walsh plays Schubert's Sonata in A Minor Op. 42, D. 845.
It's amazing performance! I am not familiar with Schubert's work, but this small piece of work really touched me. The rhythm are complex, not easy to read. But when I listen more closely, I find every bit of little corners has shinning stone hidden in there... To me, it's like a good painting, the first glance might give you some impression. But when you stand in front of it long enough, you will find the detail and rhythm that artist want to say. A really beautiful piece!
I am a biologist grew up with a fishing rod in my hands. I have been fortunate enough to embrace my love of art and science in my career. Most of my free time were well spent in the nature, either studying bird behavior or chasing variety of fish with fly rods. My favorite art medium is watercolors, I love the natural and spontaneous feel created by watercolor pigments. I am currently a post-doctoral research fellow at Harvard University. Welcome to my website. Mark