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"La prima cosa per fare musica è non fare rumore."
(José Bergamín, El cohete y la estrella; La cabeza a pájaros, 1981)
Lili is a great cellist. She loves to play the cello outside and wait for her little animal friends that always come to listen to her music. ^__^
As you can see, the snow has already melted, which makes our backyard look super bare. :(
I hope you all have had a nice week! <3
KLAUS PAIER ASJA VALCIC QUARTET - aus dem Jazzit Musik Club - vom 12.02.2017 - weitere Fotos unter:
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The cello is like a beautiful women, who has not grown older, but younger with time, more slender, more supple more, graceful.
Play with her and you will hear the sweet sound of her music.
as She leans on her masters chair waiting for him to warm her up, waiting for the touch of his finger on her strings.
Pose and prop made by Umshie and Tinny
LAVORO ISPIRATO DALL'OPERA DI MAN RAY "VIOLON D'INGRS" DEL 1924.
WORK INSPIRED BY MAN RAY VIOLON D'INGRES 1924
One of the bigger musical instruments for a street musician. Old market Omaha Nebraska.
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On my way home from work I met this young musician who played his cello at the train station where I had to change trains.
Usually you can see street musicians either making music at the entrance area of a train station or inside the train during a few stops. But he, Kevin Le Bagousse, played directly at the platform sitting on the bench next to the waiting people. The passing trains and commuters around him put his play into a special special performance. The trains rushed into the hall with loud noise and pushing wind. But it didn't disturbed his music in anyway - the usual urban chaos turned the strong cello tune into perfect street sound.
I skipped a few trains and took some nice shots of him, trying to catch the atmosphere.
It's about time that I had a photo shoot with one of the loves of my life. This is my lovely (loaned) cellos, type uncertain.
Vignetting credit to my good friend and fella photographer Emily Moy!
Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the notes and curl my back to loneliness. ~Maya Angelou
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The second of three cello pictures. This one was taken from the top of the bridge, looking down the fingerboard, and was lit from the top left.
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