cssheridan:

Charlie Chaplin playing the cello, 1915. ❤️

cssheridan:

Charlie Chaplin playing the cello, 1915. ❤️

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portraits-souvenirs:

Edvard og Nina Grieg by National Library of Norway on Flickr.
Tittel / Title: Edvard og Nina Grieg Motiv / Motif: Postkort. Dato / Date: ukjent / unknown Fotograf / Photographer: Karl Anderson (1867-1913) Eier / Owner Institution: Nasjonalbiblioteket / National Library of Norway Lenke / Link: www.nb.no Bildesignatur / Image Number: blds_01912
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portraits-souvenirs:

Edvard og Nina Grieg by National Library of Norway on Flickr.

Tittel / Title: Edvard og Nina Grieg
Motiv / Motif: Postkort.
Dato / Date: ukjent / unknown
Fotograf / Photographer: Karl Anderson (1867-1913)
Eier / Owner Institution: Nasjonalbiblioteket / National Library of Norway
Lenke / Link: www.nb.no
Bildesignatur / Image Number: blds_01912


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for-the-love-of-classical-music:

song of birds. beautiful, actually.

for-the-love-of-classical-music:

song of birds. beautiful, actually.

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augmented-flute:

dvorakoholic:

plasticteeth:

mahlerfreak:

This is an ad created by a Flemish classical music festival in an attempt to appeal to more young people.

psss dvorakoholic

OMG MY FAVOURITE THINGS NEW WORLD SYMPHONY AND HOT GIRLS 

What just happened?!?!
My jaw won’t come back up, the tears won’t stop, and the laughter hurts.

I wanna see them do Turkish March

I’m caught on that line between disgust and hysterical laughter right now

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theartofpianoperformance:

Glenn Gould Score

theartofpianoperformance:

Glenn Gould Score

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benny-cheung replied to your link “2048: Classical Composers Edition”
you made this. give me the beethoven pic now. now
Dang! Seems like you have spotted me ;)
Anyway, this is the url of the image. It’s the biggest one I could find!
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npr:

"Can It Be? Parrots Name Their Children, And Those Names, Like Ours, Stick For Life"

"Oh Romeo, oh Romeo," cried Juliet. Being human, she and her boyfriend had names. Is there any other animal that does this? Has names for each other? Oddly enough, yes!

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mediumaevum:

Three of the four oldest authentic harps to survive are of Gaelic provenance: the Trinity College Harp preserved in Trinity College Dublin, and the Queen Mary Harp and the Lamont Harp in the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh.

The last two are examples of the small low-headed harp, and are both made from hornbeam, a wood not native to Scotland. All three are dated approximately to the 15th century and may have been made in Argyll in South-West Scotland.

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