Sunday, July 1, 2012

Take a Word - Music

I wonder how many teenagers today would even know what is the source of music in this scene!   Things have certainly changed.  
Credits: Finecrafted Designs

12 comments:

  1. I detest some music where the youth of today is listening to.
    Especially rap and "grunts" employed by vocalists of the death metal and black metal music. Blèh.
    My son is a big fan of that music style but has to use his headphone when he's listening to that scream !! LOL I don't want to hear it.

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  2. I love this thoroughly original take on the music theme. Haven't we come a long way from phonographs to digital music? I remember, when I was a child, my aunt had a huge old wind-up gramophone and a supply of needles and 78 records in her shed. She allowed me to play it and I was in heaven.

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  3. Beautiful classical music piece, Bev!
    My friend's daughter went home from school one day and said the teacher "put a black round thing in a 'box' lowered an 'arm' and music started playing!!!!!

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  4. Seriously I still refer to cds as records and how can you beat a beautiful brass phonograph horn with music coming out of it. A wonderful vintage creation...Bravo!

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  5. How true, Bev! Love your music chandelier!

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  6. This is great, Bev. My son, who also likes black metal and stuff like that, wants to buy a modern vinyl player that looks like the old phonograph :)

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  7. Such a beautiful scene, Bev. Love the images you have selected, expecially the old Gramaphone. Awesome!!

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  8. fantastic...
    listen to "his master´s voice"...

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  9. This is gorgeous, Bev! That's the biggest ipod I've ever seen :-)

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  10. so true! wonder how the beastie boys would have sounded coming out of one of those?!
    the colors and texture here are very nice- the chandelier w/ music notes is fabulous.

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  11. Well, your vintage lady seems to be much taken with her new fangled music machine. A fantastic and original take, my friend.

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