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You should be presently hearing the strange and amazing slow movement from Maurice Ravel's Piano Concerto (for both hands; not the other one for the left hand!)

 

Let's notice that Le Nôtre is not only the name of the designer of the gardens of Versailles and other famous French castles; it is also the name of a famous house for pastry and bakery. And besides Lenôtre France is also rich in some famous bakers and pâtissiers (cf. Dalloyau, Fauchon, Hédiard, Hermé, Piège, Roger, etc.). Unfortunately, as a fan of fitness I rarely eat sweets, cakes and pastry (but I do love chocolate!). As with caviar I prefer to shoot the items with a camera! Therefore, I am sure that there are plenty of people like me, who eat very little pastry, and yet love the way it looks (cf. in books, on postcards or posters), because a beautiful pastry may well be likened to a painting or a sculpture, in short, to a work of art! Doesn't bakery belong to the fine arts? Let's just check the photographs.

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