To avoid having copyright problems, this is an electronically produced version of the tune with synthesized flute, soprano sax, and ‘cello doing the voices. The bouncy triplets that put it into 9/8 make this wistful D minor piece a contemplative ride with thousands of colors and emotions. I contemplate this piece when I have my morning tea, so this is also my daily supplement of Bach as recommended by Yehudi Menuhin. Trio Sonata #3 3rd movement has a lot of lucky threes in it as well.
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