Monday, May 04, 2009

In tune


Just a twist
London, ON, April 2009


The instruments used to create works of sonic art are, in many respects, works of art themselves. Yes? No?

13 comments:

Kristi said...

Beautiful!

Beverly said...

Absolutely!

Hilary said...

Oh, yes! That's a beauty of a photo.

David said...

nice

Anonymous said...

I used to woory that my guitar playing was not good enough, but i've learned not to fret about it

Derek Klapton

dianne - bunny trails said...

Oh absolutely!! What a lovely truth and lovely photo.

jeannette stgermain said...

Let me be friendly on this Monday and say, it's art of a different cagegory (I grew up in Europe, and was one of two in the whole high school who loved classical music instead of the Beattles and the Rolling Stones - just to give you a hint where I am coming from).

Lulda Casadaga said...

This reminds me of my Uncle Henry who played the violin and trumpet...I always envied his talent. I can not read music... but, I can carry a tune! :) Lovely pic!

nancy (aka moneycoach) said...

I have one! I only took 2 years of lessons, but it's so lovely and evocative that I've kept it all these years.

Cloudia said...

Indeed they ARE!
And I see a dear spiral too.
Russians consider their great church bells to be aural icons!

Aloha, Carmi

Daryl said...

Mais oui!

Pamela said...

ditto all the above.

aguthrieimages said...

Carmi, I liked your "Tickle the Ivories" but this has a warmth that I prefer over the other it is very very good!