Sonata for her

A musician plays cello in front of a young girl

Both women are looking at each other. The youngest listens to the music, the other plays. Time stands still, reality is fading away ingeniously. New colors cause a breach in the greyness of everyday life, while a gentle solitude carries their senses into another dimension. The magic takes hold. It caresses the women, exerts its irresistible power that the soft breath of music perverts. It enchantes them.

Charlie Chaplin said in substance about music: "I like friends as I like music ... when I'm in the mood. But such freedom sometimes has a cost which is a certain solitude.

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