Wednesday, November 20, 2013

German Zither Music and Some Photos

Hello everyone!  A very warm welcome to you all!  The video I have selected for this post is a wonderful 2 minute clip performed on a German zither..."Let it Be".  If you are fellow Beatles fans and/or enjoy good and gentle music, you will love this!  

The photos I am sharing today are ones that I took in June 2010 at the Montreal Botanical Gardens and of a January 2011 Christmas/winter display outside of a house that I found pretty.  You just need to click on the images to see a larger view.


Thank you all so much for visiting me here!  I always appreciate and enjoy reading your kind thoughts, which you are always welcome to share.

25 comments:

  1. I love songs of The Beatles.
    Beautiful photos and nice to visit so lovely places.
    Greetings !

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  2. Thank you for sharing this wonderful music!! This instrument is soon mine. There is one at my mothers house up in the north of Sweden. And it is given to me if I wanted it. And offcourse I wanted such a wonderful instrument!

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  3. j'ai admiré le jeu de l'instrument, merci Linda c'est très beau, et les images aussi

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  4. Beautiful, soothing, healing music to my heart, perfect for me today. Lovely photos, such a contrast from summer to winter
    .Lovely snow. Greetings from Jean.

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  5. Hello Linda !!!!

    Thank you for sharing this wonderful music !!!
    a wonderful instrument!

    Have a nice day !!!

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  6. What skill and competence on the zither. I expected applause at the end, but the smile was wonderful, too.

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  7. That house on the photo is beautiful!

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  8. I love both of these. You caught a good reflection in that first one. Very nice.

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  9. Thanks for sharing the music on the zither. My family is from Germany, but alas, no one plays the zither!
    Blessings from Still Woods Farmhouse

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  10. Great photos! I love that winter scene--it looks like a Christmas card. :-)

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  11. Nice reflection on your first pic!

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  12. Magnifique post ! j'aime !
    Very nice post! Thanks & Welcome for your comment and next visit to my blog.
    Have a nice day!
    Cath

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  13. Lovely photos! I have always wanted to visit in Canada.

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  14. Great serie of photos, lovely to see!

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  15. that's a really nice rendition of let it be ... haven't quite heard it that way before! also a fan of your photos today... taken in two different seasons! :D

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  16. Beautiful structure of the house!
    Cool shots.

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  17. Amazing zither Linda. Whenever zither is mentioned of course, it brings to mind Anton Karas and the wonderful Third Man theme.
    Love the wagon, I wonder if it's an original ?

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  18. enjoyed the zitar, brought some poignant '60's memories back, and very pretty photos.

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  19. la photo du bâtiment est extraordinaire..

    et la musique est agreable

    have a nice day...

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  20. Niin kaunis musikki Kuvat kauniita Kiitos:)

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  21. "Let it be" played with the zither sounds really great. :-) I've never heard that.
    Your photos are so wonderful. Thanks for sharing. :-)

    Lots of greetings and have a nice evening
    Christa

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  22. I like the old wagon!!

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  23. That song "Let It Be" is so pretty on the zither. The wagon reminds me of an old fashioned Christmas. Wouldn't it be nice if we had one. Take care and have a great day.

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  24. I've played it, Linda..., years ago..., I've played dulcimer as well...
    Winter in June..., possible... !
    Lie(f)s.

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