Because my life has mostly shifted away from music and towards journalism, my cello Dotty and I haven’t spent much time together, which is a strange feeling for both of us – I assume she misses me as much as I miss her. No, I’m not anthropomorphizing my instrument; she really does have feelings!
by: Raine — –Welcome to “K-drama tunes, ‘cello style” where Raine takes a tune and spins it for an instrument that was cool when Bach rocked.– Dearest Wei, It is here. Your ringtone of F.T. Island’s 사랑 사랑 사랑! Yay! *happy dance* FYI in case you didn’t know, the hangul title reads “sarang sarang sarang”Continue reading “K-drama tunes, ‘cello style: “사랑 사랑 사랑/Love Love Love””
by: Raine — Happy 252nd Post! Raine’s Dichotomy has reached it’s next big milestone: 252 posts! Thank you! Thank you! *princess wave* Like I said last time, we’re going in 63s! Why? Because I can. I like the number 63. It’s fun and now no longer random! It has deep meaning here at Raine’s Dichotomy.Continue reading “Raine’s 252nd Post!”
by: Raine — The story of my life.
by: Raine — Happy 126th Post! Raine’s Dichotomy has reached it’s second big milestone: 126 posts! *clap* *cheer* *hoop* *hollar* Like I said last time, we’re going in 63s! Why? Because I can. I like the number 63. It’s fun and now no longer random! It has deep meaning here at Raine’s Dichotomy.
by: Raine — I would like to share a piece that I love that was included in the 2008 K-drama, Beethoven Virus, starring Kim Myung-min, Lee Ji-ah and Jang Geun-suk. When the cellist, Jung Hee-yun (Song Ok-sook), began to play this stellar work, I was ecstatic to see a solo cellist on the small screen.
by: Raine — I really like K-dramas and I really like music. I watch/read about/write about K-dramas every day. I play/teach/practice music every day. So when there is a kick-ass K-drama with a rockin’ OST, I can have my cake and eat it too.