All Out for No Loss!


Boss, Worth all wonders and praises: here is ‘Saskia Rao-de Haas’ playing Indian Classical in her own uniquely wholesome Indian style, leaving aside all the slightest of indications of western origins of cello – as if it had been here with us for centuries, hidden in a dark corner – waiting for it’s turn to be played out in hands of someone like Saskia.

It may need a centuries worth of efforts, listening and practice yet it all sound and look so effortless as if sheer talent is flowing from her hand  – from left to right and right to left of the cello bridge – carving it all round all indian and leaving the audience awestruck and enthralled – all out.. for no loss!!

About Asal Amdavadi

गिरते - सँभलते ही सीखा था चलना ना बदलेंगे गिर के सम्भलनेका जज़्बा! बनते, बिगड़ते, बनी हैये दुनिया की बनने से पहले बिगड़ेगा क्या वोह?! I am an avid reader by nature, like to write occasionally, here a few of my most favourite books.. Give Happiness a Chance by Phil Bosmans A brief history of time by Stefan Hawkings Gitanjali (The Song Offerings) by Ravindranath Tagore Stotras of Aadi Shankaracharya Ghazals of Mirza Ghalib Vagadano Shwas, Vananchal by Gujarati Poet Jayant Pathak
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