A musician’s life isn’t always a breeze. A violinist and a cellist are having trouble making ends meet. Their encounter is fraught with difficulties: both their pride and their shyness are obstacles to getting to know one another. When their instruments get involved in it too, everything becomes even more complicated. But eventually, this musical foursome will overcome all their difficulties and have an exciting adventure.
Poet and playwright Judith Herzberg tells this tender little story using scintillating language and with amazing simplicity. Without moralizing, she makes important points about friendship and trust as well as about the power and the consolation of music. Who belongs to whom?