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What we think of sheep is completely wrong; their tranquility is not a sign of their ignorance but of meditative contemplation.

During the pandemic, our supporters were able to request pieces from the BFO musicians. The recordings were produced with care but without any professional staff.

Violinist Ágnes Bíró played an excerpt from Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade Suite among some sheep. These onlookers acknowledged the performance with quiet benevolence, and it was as naturally integrated in the pastoral characteristics of the location as if it had always belonged there.

If you have the impression that it was easy to make the recording, be assured that it really wasn’t, as you can see here.