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“The Last Serenade” | Lili Haydn

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In a stirring, emotional performance, violinist Lili Haydn plays a selection from her musical "The Last Serenade."

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38 Comments on “The Last Serenade” | Lili Haydn

  1. Second!
    First in India
    First Like!

  2. is she related to THE Haydn?

  3. Should this be in ted? I doubt it

  4. Moshe Kuznicki // 12th August 2018 at 4:25 pm // Reply

    I like u Ted talk

  5. What a beautiful musical journey! Breathtaking!

  6. Mama Bear Lioness // 12th August 2018 at 4:30 pm // Reply

    This is an example of feeling the music amidst its creation…not a mere “recital”…there lies the genius of it all

  7. Ludmila Sakharova // 12th August 2018 at 4:30 pm // Reply

    I’m overwhelmed! It’s gorgeous! Thanks

  8. Ravindra Mulye // 12th August 2018 at 4:32 pm // Reply

    Music talks to the soul

  9. Who would give thumbs down to this?!??!? It doesn’t have to be your thing, or #1 choice, but come on…

  10. What a emotional music.
    I love that.

  11. A welcome break from all the primitive African tribal music TED has been uploading.

  12. So beautiful I wish I could like this over and over again

  13. Krishna Kulkarni // 12th August 2018 at 4:45 pm // Reply

    I wish this lasted longer. All atoms in my body are excited!

  14. Music can be as inspiring as words (if it’s not more). It just depends on how you interpret the emotions that it makes you feel.

  15. Awesome!

  16. But why? she’s not African or LGBTBBQ or overtly liberal, why is she featured on TED?

  17. You know that she makes that look easy.

  18. Very beautiful music and a top performance (at least to a untrained ear, like mine:) ).

    But for me this is not something that should be on TED.
    I mean where is the Idea to spread? that ther exist good musik to listen to, or that they are good performer – both things i can’t imagin that a person who have acces to this TED “talk” dosen’t know…

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