Monday, 17 January 2011

21/12/2010, la partition, les instruments


On 21 December 2010, in the royal chapel at the palace: the score and some instruments.
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Dans la chapelle royale au château.

28 comments:

Kay L. Davies said...

How wonderful! I love the way the light reflects off the beautiful wood of the oboe.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Jack said...

Simple and quiet images, Ciel.

Jacob said...

These photos indicate you are a true artist! I would expect to see these in one of those big coffee table books on the history of music or something!

But you didn't tell us what instrument you played...

Woody said...

I really like the composition. The color of the wood is magnificent and I'm quite fond of copper.

I trained for many years on the tympani and this photo brings back some fond memories. Thank you!

andrew1860 said...

Wow! I love the light and color in theses two. You captured the sprit of the place.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Wonderful composition. The reflections in the tympanies are an extra treat and ad sparkle to the photo.

T. Becque said...

Beautifully composed photos. Did you get there early or are you a part of the orchestra?

Randy said...

What wonderful photos. I just love the sound of the Cello.

Sharon Van Lieu said...

Bravo, Ciel! Well done.

Sharon

EG Wow said...

I like the composition of both photos!

Olivier said...

belle composition et en plus j'adore ces concerts dans les eglises. Le son est souvent magnifique

Small City Scenes said...

Cello??? You??? Viol? You???
Whatever it is warmly wonderful.
MB

ALAIN said...

J'aime beaucoup les timbales.

Cergie said...

Comme je suis retournée à l'intérieur du château en septembre j'imazgine biern la chapelle. Mon fils a un porte partitions idem, très costaud pour en supporter bcp. Il ne s'en sert plus alors on la mis dans un box...

Olivier said...

en réponse a tes interrogations (une vraie miss Colombo ;o)) ), il faisait très froid ce matin (et en plus très humide) là et c'est du sable, mais dur a cause du froid et de l'humidité du lac, ce qui donne cette texture (que j'aime beaucoup, car je trouve que cela rend bien en photo)

Diane said...

I can almost hear the music springing from the page! I too was very much a Blue Peter girl and I believe that is where my "recipe" came from! (Although Valerie Singleton(before your time)stuffed the mixture into upside down yoghurt pots. xxx

VP said...

A great occasion for some great pictures just before the music...

mostlymacro said...

You were up early too :-)

akarui said...

Un concert dans la chapelle du chateau cela devait etre fabuleux !
Faisais tu partie de l'orchestre?

Birdman said...

Quite a nice image of these instruments.

Thérèse said...

La classe!

Kaori said...

Love the way you took the photo of the music! Makes me want to play the piano again ;-D

Malyss said...

L'ambiance est posée, on n'attend plus que les quelques petits coups de baguette sur le coin du pupitre et...Musique, Maestro!

Jacob said...

Hi Ciel - re your comment on Colorado...I have no clue what those "things" are on top of the building...sorry!

Bergson said...

si on empile les partitions les musiciens doivent jouer les uns sur les autres ?

Dimple said...

Lovely shots in this and the previous post. I expect the music was lovely, also!

Alain Alexandre said...

La musique classique est un élément très important pour Versailles; les arts ce rejoignent; les prise de vue très subtile.

Becky said...

As a musician I love beautiful artistic photos of music and instruments! Well-done, Ciel!