Ese’ s Weekly Shoot&Quote Challenge – Music

My challenge is my passion – a photo you have taken and a quote, attributed to its author, and of course related to your image. Every week on Sunday I will post a new prompt. 

I want to thank my fellow bloggers who have already become a part of this challenge. Everyone’ s welcome to join! All you have to do is:

– create a post of your own with the title Ese’s Weekly Shoot & Quote Challenge – Music;
– include a link to this post also for others to find you.

Let your ideas flow and enjoy!  Ese

Prompt 20 – MUSIC ♪♫♫♪

After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music. /A.Huxley/

music_barrel-organ

There’s something endearing for me in the sounds of a barrel organ

music_gramofon

Memories about the good, old gramophone

music_flute

A form of true art – making your flute sing

music_EdwardGrieg

The one and only Edvard Hagerup Grieg

music_bells

Trust me – hearing “orchestra” of goat bells up in the mountains in dawn is a beautiful musical experience

You’re welcome to play along – I can’t wait to see what you will come up with!

63 thoughts on “Ese’ s Weekly Shoot&Quote Challenge – Music

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  6. I love your quote, Ese. When I was camping on the mountainsides in Switzerland many years ago I awoke to the cow bells jangling their way across the meadows. I think I would enjoy the goat bells at dawn.

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  27. Ese … do you know of an English writer called Rose Tremain? One of her most wonderful novels is called … wait for it! … MUSIC AND SILENCE. You’d better read it! 🙂

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    1. I do, yes! When the mood is right, Peer Gynt is very much on time, though for me from his music nothing beats Piano Concerto in A minor.
      In my classical music favourites folder among many others can be found quite a bit from Bizet, Debussy, Vivaldi and Tchaikovsky but I am afraid nothing from Sibelius. me and him…we don’t click 🙂

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      1. ‘hahaha’ – Sibelius and I have a deal – when I’m in bad mood I play Sibelius and only then – his music are a bit “dark” after a few minutes it’s over – my friends laugh at me and claim that I’m in fact can’t stand his music and that’s why my mood change so quick from bad to happy again … 🙂 🙂 😉

        So in fact about nordic classic music Sibelius and Grieg are the two only I listen to – Peer Gynt is really great… 🙂

        Tchaikovsky, Vivaldi, Bizet – agree with you – Verdi (Requiem), Ravel (Bolero) – yeah there’s a lot good ‘noise’… 🙂 😉

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        1. You and Sibelius – that’s a clever approach! Even if it’s in a way “love – hate” relationship, it seems to be working for you.
          When my world has turns into thin ice, I am all into Barber’s Adagio for strings. Looks like there’s some silent agreement going on there as well 😀
          Verdi Requiem…yes…might be handy after Khachaturian’ s Sabre Dance. 😉

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