Glenn Basham Plays Concerto for Jazz Violin and Orchestra (Scott Routenberg), Sofia Kraevska, conductor

Such positive melodies hardly heard by a soul, makes one ponder the great magnificent and dangerous journey the human race is engaged upon on this distant star called Earth!

3 thoughts on “Glenn Basham Plays Concerto for Jazz Violin and Orchestra (Scott Routenberg), Sofia Kraevska, conductor

  1. I always think it’s amazing listening to an orchestra, how they all harmonise with each other and are in perfect accord, each person or persons playing their distinct and separable part and yet in perfect synchronisation and unison with the rest. That’s how the Lord’s children should work together, all playing from the same song sheet and working together in perfect harmony with the same goal and purpose in mind, as opposed to the each person doing their own thing, throwing all kinds of things into the mix and trying to somehow blend together and make a wonderful sound – instead all you end up with is chaos and a deafening noise!

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