Sunday, August 24, 2014

A little Ludwig van

We have a tradition in late August to pull the lounge chairs into a shady spot, crank up the outside speakers, and tune into the radio playing live at Tanglewood, whose last concert of every year is Beethoven's ninth symphony. We've been to Tanglewood many times, and have seen this choral masterpiece performed, but it's much less crowded in our back yard. Drinks and nibbles are always a part of this ritual of course, and here we have chilled Prosecco, a variety of cheeses, some crusty bread, and local fruits. The best peaches of the season were from nearby Brooksby Farm.

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