in the groove

haha, had to check my english, apparently, according to thefreedictionary.com,

in the groove Slang
Performing exceptionally well.

yep, i back performing exceptionally well the task of paper editing. can’t help but smiling widely to this (do hit play, don’t miss the first 10 sec):
if we can all feel it like this in everything we do, life can be so wonderful no?  Continue to the rest of clip if you want, she got derailed immediately after and needed a bit time to resume grooving. Meanwhile, report from Smorgy is circling the air, her book Ich singe mit Leib und Seele (I Sing With Heart and Soul) is due for a release end of this year (oh look, it keeps the fancy font Smorgy had, i like!) .  Should I go ahead and email her (Vesselina Kasarova) directly and ask if she has thought about finding a nice person to translate the book into english for us german-challenged folks?
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About thả diều
writing-challenged opera-addict

3 Responses to in the groove

  1. Eyesometric says:

    Yes, you should! 🙂

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  2. yvette says:

    .Same! with a little bit more pression : yes! you ought to.( because all of us to day are stopped by the language barrier. Luckily music is international). Thank you dear friend for this new expression… Vesselina here is unique. (Will we manage to actually win the lottery..? )
    My favourite gesture here is this ‘two hands’ one, after turning round, to mark the descending orchestral move, just before the end…have a nice day ! How could we not go back to these moments in Moscow?

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  3. Smorg says:

    Ah, what good excuse for revisiting the Moscow videos some more! 😀 It’d be hard to get depressed over anything if one has so much fun working indeed. 🙂 I think they already planned on publishing an English version a few years after the original release, though with this multi-lingual fan community I suspect we’ll have unofficial English, French, Russian and Vietnamese versions out before long. ;D

    Hey, Yvette, you speak German, don’t you?

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