Delightful… and The Last Supper makes yet another appearance.
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I do admire the street artists and their ephemeral pieces.
And I do apologize Yvonne, I thought I was just putting a link and now don’t know how to get that out. But it is glorious music
My son and daughter in law had a friend playing the hang at their wedding, it was lovely.
And you won’t believe what I get when I enter “Hang” in the search box at Barnes and Noble.com! Yikes!
I’d love to get a CD of either the one you linked to (his are downloads only) or the guys the I inserted….theirs are in GBP and a little steep for me at this time but I’ll keep watching. Actually out of the four pages at B&N they did have about 4 that had a picture of the drum so I knew what I was getting into but too many vocals…I just want that lovely drum and maybe a cello.
I’m continuing my search and will follow up with email to you.
We’ve been feasting on gelati, too, over here in Venice. Oddly, not seen any horses, feasting or otherwise – perhaps because they’d need water wings, a bit like piscine Pegasus?
Lovely observation and images, as always!!
Hiya! It sounds like you’re living it up in Venezia, good on ya.
In the blurred one, is that a musical instrument the man is playing? That’s my favourite.
Yes, it’s called a hang. Here’s what it sounds like: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=GBiVq2MsCbs
What a glorious sound. Thanks for sharing that link. I learned something new today!
I love that sound, it’s very soothing.
Once again I’m in trouble for following a link on your blog…I need to have that music in my life. YouTube will play all the Hang music it has if I let it and I’m looking at some websites to but a CD.
It is an incredible sound.
You might try this one buy a duo:
well done, great gallery! you also spotted a student celebrating her final exam to obtain a degree! Love the little girl in blue
The Laureate celebrations in Florence seem very sedate, compared to the ones in Padua and Venice! I loved that little girl, also. She was FULL of energy, and so stylish.
And you found another Last Supper!
This one is a biggy!
Yep, there are 9 in that book I mentioned. Plus the one in your slide above!
Oh sorry, I seem to have replied to the wrong comment! Confused…
That’s OK, I deleted that my first reply, because I realised you were referring to the one in the slide. Sorry for the confusion!
I saw a real beauty yesterday, at the former Convent of the Calza. Oh, and I ate some black sesame gelato the other day, when it was warmer. It was nice!
Glad you liked the grey ice cream!
I’m on my phone while traveling so can’t see the slideshow but love the blur in the first photo.
Where in the world are you now, Sue?
I am visiting my Mom on the Canadian prairies. Basically the middle of nowhere. 🙂
That sounds like Saskatchewan …
Bingo! You win the prize. 🙂
Ah, the Jack Russell…!
It’s not Milo, is it?
I’m envious! Loving your blogs!
Hi, Margot, and welcome. How is that Taz dog?
Love the horses dining.
I don’t like it….I love it!
What a fun gallery of photos!
Your photos show how much you love Florence!
It’s not a bad old city, Linda. 🙂
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