Tag Archives: Halowspots

Ourphoee

The oboe declares the concert tune…

Ourphoee.

In E major.

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The oboe declares the concert tune

As the orchestra gets onboard too

Sweet swing tune, where to find you?

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Caspar Tieffenbrucker (1514-1571) was born in Tiefenbruck in the Füssen an important lute-making region. Around 1550, Caspar settled in Lyon to the house of honours. As Füssen was the centre of lute-making around that period and the art of lute-making is known to have been practised since 1436.

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Reflections from the Mediterranean.

Tyemmeli

I passed three words…

Tyemmeli.

In C major.

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I passed three words.

And floated them out again.

What will the answer be?

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Gustav Wunderlich (1872-1937) was a master bowmaker born in Luby/ Schönbach today Czech Republic. The family was a violin and bow makers.

J.R.Judd Violins.

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Reflections from the Mediterranean.

Thyiomia

Waiting for a weather change…

Thyiomia.

In C Major.

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Waiting for a weather change

For sure will come

On the beat of the thunder drum.

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John Friedrich (1858-1943) was a violin/viola/cello/bow maker born in Cassel, Germany moved to N.Y. in 1883. Talent violin player and considered a perfectionist.

Bridges & Bows.

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Reflections from the Mediterranean.

Orbybn

White lilies in a glass jar…

Orbybn

In E major.

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White lilies in a glass jar

Held in hand and fingers spar

Still tender, fragile still are.

Louis Joseph Morizot (1874-1957) was a French and highly influential bowmaker.

Brobst Violin Shop.

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Portal musicpainting compositions. Acrylic Paint on Infusberry Paper, 240 x 333mm.

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Pretty as a daisy

Even when it’s a haze

Sweet and fair, lovely to air.

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Reflections from the Mediterranean.

Cfajorli

Slimy smile for the #likes…

Cfajorli.

In A major.

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Slimy smile for the #likes

Beat your back

To make the deadlines

Lip curls, while the algorithm sneers.

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Claude Joseph Fonclause “Le Mayeux” (1799-1862) was a prominent French bow maker who was in a melting pot of influences following the Pajeot style. His bows are very highly sought after.   

Wolf-Dieter Fischer

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Portal musicpainting compositions. Acrylic Paint on Infusberry Paper, 240 x 333mm.

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Box! Box! Box!

Ticking, ticking tick-tock, tick-tock.

Go! Go! Go!

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Reflections from the Mediterranean.

Thrunielo

On a gentle scoreline…

Thrunielo.

In E major.

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On a gentle score line

between the young and perfume,

rose, blossomed to the tune.

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Joseph Alfred Lamy(père) (1850-1919) also known as Lamy Père, was a master bow maker of the French tradition.

J. Thibouville-Lamy.

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Portal musicpainting compositions. Acrylic Paint on Infusberry Paper, 240 x 333mm.

Finding a pathway

through the trail of a maze

to begin a new trace.

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Reflections from the Mediterranean.

Noriorann

Growing old in a leafy block…

Noriorann.

In F major.

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Growing old in a leafy block

translucent pages numbered all

waiting for the summoned call.

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Lorenzo Storioni (1769-1799) another Cremona master modelling Joseph Guarnerius.

Old Violins – John Grant.

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Portal musicpainting compositions. Acrylic Paint on Infusberry Paper, 240 x 333mm.

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Alphabet letters at play

round and round with a verve

look at them turn

musical chairs we go.

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Rippling words

fresh with scent

fanning, those flickering flames.

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Refection from the Mediterranean.

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Hoelgein

Alphabet letters at play…

Hoelgein.

In G major.

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Alphabet letters at play

round and round with verve

look at them turn

musical chairs we go.

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Alfred Coletti (1878-1929). A Viennese master luthier.

Dorotheum.

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Portal musicpainting compositions. Acrylic Paint on Infusberry Paper, 240 x 333mm.

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Rippling words

fresh with scent

fanning, those flickering flames.

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Refection from the Mediterranean.

Maimauly

7+7 viola d’amore.

Maimauly.

In C major.

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Daniel Achatius Stadlmann (1680-1744) founder of the Viennese dynasty of luthiers. He had the title of Court Violin and Lute Maker in 1785. Daniel and his son Johann Joseph (1720-1781) produced viola d’amore, they had the benefits of the finest wood of the trade and high standards for the 7+7 viola d’amore.

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Vintage Instruments.

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Ideologies and losing money don’t mix.

Refection from the Mediterranean.