Tuesday, 4 August 2009

A Little Night Music










Each of the above pictures
will take you to performances
of music by Leoš Janáček.

A click on this image
transports you to Gavin Plumley's blog,
"Entartete Musik".
It is through his writing
that I learned
to appreciate Leoš Janáček.
Thank you, Gavin!

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Photographed by Merisi
along the river Wien
in Vienna's Stadtpark
July 27, 2009

10 comments:

  1. Oh my heavenly days! That blue urn! The bridge, the lamp posts, the water . . . and music too . . .

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  2. It is just a beautiful assault on all of my senses! Love it.

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  3. The light shimmering on the dark water is so beautiful!

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  4. Can't catch my breath! That huge blue jar is just the bluest jar I've ever seen! And the night shots...how wonderful! I can hear my plane engines firing now!
    Sandi

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  5. .
    Vicki Lane & Sandi McBride: Thank you! :-)
    If you click on the "Stadtpark" label and scroll down a bit, you will find more pictures of those blue Viennese Jugendstil amphorae!

    Debbie,
    thank you, my pleasure! ;-)

    Sara,
    there are two footbridges within the Stadtpark, leading of the River Wien (Vienna), I just love crossing them at nightfall.
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  6. Oh my! These photographs "blue" me away! I love the urn!

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  7. Beautiful and stunning Merisi. I love the urn and the water lapping against the shore. Its going to take me a while to catch up on 2 weeks worth of blogs but I will be back to see more of your work.

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  8. Oh, to be in Vienna...

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  9. Leoš Janáček -- now and always. Hurrah!

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  10. Merisi,
    I wonder if one could live in Vienna and not become a hopeless romantic! You are spoiled my friend!

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