Saturday, 5 May 2012

Mozart in the Morning
St. Marx in the Time of Chestnut Blossoms


5:41AM
Mozart, K 216 Allegro

6:34AM
Mozart, K 467 Allegro

7:20AM
Mozart, K 467 Allegro

7:23AM
Mozart, K 488 Adagio

8:08AM
Mozart, Magic Flute
"In diesen heil'gen Hallen"


8:09AM
Mozart, Magic Flute
"Die Strahlen der Sonne"


Photographed in the morning of 3 May 2012
at Vienna's St. Marx Biedermeier Cemetery
3rd District (Landstrasse)
Images and Text © by Merisi

22 comments:

  1. Thank you, Amelia! :-)

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  2. To all my readers:
    Please forgive me for not visiting you all as often as I would love to. Most days it is either publishing my daily blog or visiting you. I can only assure you that I truly appreciate and love your visits and that your comments make it all seem worthwhile. I thank you for that from the bottom of my heart!
    A wonderful weekend to all of you,
    Merisi

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  3. What a wonderful feast for the eyes and ears . . . thank you.

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  4. Your photo stream was a very beautiful way to start the day. I love to visit here. Have a wonderful weekend. Blessings...Mary

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  5. Very lovely. A symphony of light and images.

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  6. Thanks, Merisi - I've worked to this wonderful music most of this morning :)

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  7. Oh! I love Mozart in the Morning. This is a wonderful way for me to start my morning! :-) I especially love that first sky shot.

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  8. No matter the time of day...or the season, you live in the most beautiful place, Merisi.

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  9. Mozart and nature...very nice.

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  10. Such a soothing and beautiful place to wander and contemplate the meaning of life, the magic of music, the passing of time.

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  11. Toujours un plaisir de venir chez toi.
    Bon dimanche Merisi.

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  12. Spring in her prime with beautiful soundtrack.

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  13. Really enjoyable this wonderful series of images, Merisi, and the music is fabulous!
    I notice you have now the modern Layout Template!

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  14. Thank you all very much for your kind comments!

    A wonderful Sunday to all of you,
    Merisi

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  15. Pietro:
    Blogger sort of forced me - kicking and screaming! - into updating my template.
    I almost stopped blogging because I found it so upsetting that I'd have to spend to much time behind the scenes, just to be able to continue publishing. So, it was either or. I went for the or, cost me a weekend, but here I am, hoping that will do for the foreseeable future!

    Facit:
    I don't notice anything that makes it easier for me, but I am sure Blogger loves having gotten me to install all those little spying and "connectedness" gadget somewhere in that "modern" template! ;-)

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  16. Correction:

    "too" much time .... or maybe I wanted to say "so" much time.
    I type so fast, my thoughts have a hard time keeping up. ;-)

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  17. What a beautiful cemetery! The second shot is amazing.

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  18. I love this post, Merisi! The music accompaniment is beautiful. I was told by a friend that I must visit St. Marx sometime soon. You're amazing photos have confirmed just that :-)

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  19. Thank you, JM!
    I shot it while waiting for the cemetery gate to open.

    Lindsay:
    Go SOON, the lilac and chestnut blossoms will be gone in a day or two!

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  20. early morning ans late afternoon -- the magical times for picture taking...

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  21. And I too have been not blog visiting as much as I'd like. The Spring is passing so quickly, I have to be out in it as much as possible. But I'm grazing and gazing through the posts I've missed, wishing once again that Vienna were closer. . .

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