Fight, Fright or Delight? A Musical Enigma by BlueMoonRose
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Featured in THE WORLD AS WE SEE IT OR AS WE MISSED IT! on 26 May 2012
I fell in love with the sound of the flute, when I heard the hauntingly beautiful tones of Sir James Galway, who was playing Debussy’s “Reverie” accompanied by Marisa Robles on harp. Enjoy!

Unfortunately I do not have Sir James’s wonderful talent and – depending on how the practice goes, it could be described as my fight, fright or – occasionally – delight instrument. However, as the world’s greatest flautist describes his own practice as “his daily battle”, perhaps I should not complain!
This is a Trevor James flute. The curved headjoint makes it easier to play for those who suffer from shoulder pain or for people with short arms.

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flute, silver, concert, instrument, musical, music, entertainment, debussy, reverie, james galway, inspiration, keys, head joint, foot joint, middle joint

My life is divided between teaching Music and Photography. The instruments I play are organ, piano, clarinet and saxophone. I taught German and Spanish before my retirement, but since I got my digital camera no longer have time for them!

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  • cherylc1
    cherylc1over 2 years ago

    Beautiful!

  • Thank you, Cheryl.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Linda  Makiej Photography
    Linda Makiej ...over 2 years ago

    i love Reverie!!!!!! nice shot!

  • Thank you, Linda. It is one of my all time favourites too. Great minds think alike!

    – BlueMoonRose

  • virginian
    virginianover 2 years ago

    Nice shot. The flute is very comforting. Thanks for sharing the video.

  • Thank you, Judy. So glad you liked the picture and collage and enjoyed the video!

    – BlueMoonRose

  • artisandelimage
    artisandelimageover 2 years ago

  • Thank you, Francis.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Ana Belaj
    Ana Belajover 2 years ago

    Excellent work!

  • Thank you, Ana.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyerover 2 years ago

    Lovely image of this beautiful instrument !
    Thank you so much for sharing the accompanying music :)

  • Thank you, Trish. This piece of music was very seminal to my own musical develpment. I did not have a flute at the time and could not afford one, so I bought the piano music (it was originally written for piano) and found that it was much more difficult than I had imagined. However, I was so in love with the piece, that I persevered and was eventually able to play it and by so doing took myself out of the Intermediate into the Higher Grades category. Once over that hurdle, I decided to go the whole hog with the result that I can now teach piano, as well as clarinet and saxophone, but not – unfortunately – the flute, which is the instrument that I was so desperate to learn to play. I can only manage the Lower Grades on it and certainly would never dare play it in public!

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Jay Gross
    Jay Grossover 2 years ago

    Nice work, and the Debussy is divine. I went to a flute and harp concert a while back where the flautist brought out a huge-diameter version of this instrument. It had a much lower-pitched sound. This was the piece she played on it – incredibly beautiful. -J:

  • Thank you, Jay. It would have been the bass flute.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • CanyonWind
  • Thank you so much for this wonderful feature, Pop’s. A great start to my week-end!

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Albert
    Albertover 2 years ago
  • Thank you, Albert.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Rene Hales
    Rene Halesover 2 years ago

  • Thank you, Rene.

    – BlueMoonRose

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