BORDERS AND BRIDGES (4)
A very hot summer evening in Slovenia. A courtyard of a hostel in Ljubljana. There are three musicians. At the very back, 4 security guards stand around, hanging out uninterested and talking a tiny bit too loud. What exactly there is to secure is not entirely clear. But is it ever?
SO SAID (3)
Music is music. The source of melancholy? Here’s a music school around the corner. Maybe that’s a good place to start that search?
BRIDGES AND BORDERS (3)
All the good consists of 3. Right through the traffic-free center of Ljubljana, the Ljubljanica flows. The bustling, tourist part on one side, the calmer historic center on the other side of the river. In the center of that center is a beautiful square. Named after France Prešeren a well known romantic poet. To connect his square with the other bank, one built three bridges at just 10 meters apart. Three! Why three? What is the story of these bridges?
SEARCHED, FOUND (3)
They step. They climb. Two Slovenians, Two Belgians. The four climb a hill. A hill, not a mountain. But when does a hill become a mountain?
Albanian musician Dino Murtezani & Wouter Vandenabeele play the Albanian song Martesa Jonë.
SO SAID (2)
“We know where we’re goin’, but we don’t know where we’ve been. We’re on the Homesick Highway.”
Melody from Moldova
Bojan Cvetrežnik, Barja Drnovšek and Jean-Christophe Gairard play a melody from Moldova.