Classical Jackman goes all 20th Century on your ass

The other night, Dirk and I had the immense pleasure of dining with gay romance novelist Kaye P. Hallows and her husband at their Boston-area home. (We were on the cover of her recent novel Taking My Chances.) After dinner, we gathered around their piano so that Dirk could entertain us with a few songs. Kaye and I got in on the act too, each of us playing the one piece we could remember.

Then Kaye presented us with some sheet music by 20th century Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera. One of his pieces, Triste — the second of his twelve “American Preludes” — seemed easy enough to play… so when we got home, I found a copy of it online and started practicing. A couple of days later I got to the point where I thought I could actually record it… although I think I’m playing it a little slower than Maestro Ginastera intended. Anyway… I’ve posted the video above. (I’m shirtless in it, of course.) Hope you enjoy it! And be sure to check out Kaye’s awesome fiction!

If the video won’t play, you can view it at this alternate link. Try putting your mobile device in landscape mode first, too. And by the way… that little red thing on the music rack, to the right of the sheet music? Yup, it’s a condom.

4 replies
  1. Kaye P Hallows
    Kaye P Hallows says:

    That was awesome. The acoustics are much better without your shirt on, too! Next up…Tribute to Roberto Garcia Morillo (#6). Thanks for the sweet plug, and the pleasure was all ours. 🙂

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  2. Hubert
    Hubert says:

    Jesse, I love you and Dirk. You are both so sexy and smart. I love watching you both having sex with each other. But you are my favorite porn star. I love love your hairy manly masculine muscular body. I give me an instant hard everytime I see you. Thanks for sharing with all of us. You are the best

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  3. Don H
    Don H says:

    Don’t worry about being a little under tempo. Just characterize your interpretation as molto lento rather than just lento. Everyone is entitled to a little artistic license!

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