Monday, October 4, 2010
Ruby Tuesday - The Musical Trio
I encountered these unique sculptures, while wandering aimlessly through the streets of Vienna. These statues have been built in tribute to Antonio Vivaldi, the composer of the Four Seasons and other great variety of classical pieces.
I don't know too much about classical music, all I know is the serenity, elegance and beauty that the players and instruments can bring. From this picture, it seems like these musicians are very enthusiastic and dedicated.
I have no idea what they are called, no luck searching for it on the net. I call them 'The Musical Trio' for lack of a better description. I hope they will put a smile on your face and brighten your day.
Posted by LifeRamblings at 7:59 AM
Labels: Austria, ruby tuesday, Vienna
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Good morning LR! THe Musical Trio sounds perfect, good choice! :DReplyDelete
A fitting and wonderful tribute to Vivaldi, glad u managed to catch this shot for us as well. :)ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful Monday.. me.. still sluggish and sleepy most of the time lol.. ;)ReplyDelete
It does indeed put a smile. :)ReplyDelete
Happy Monday, LR!
Yes, Vienna is a musical place.. must be spectacular here..
No luck on finding their info? It is not written on the statues? or some where near them?ReplyDelete
But musical trios sound good too! :DReplyDelete
Ohhhhh.. can hear them playing the 'Sound of Music' and it goes like this ~ "The statues are alive with the sound of music.." haha..tQReplyDelete
I haven't mastered listening to classical music yet but would like to. Great photo of great statues. Ruby Tuesday by The Rolling Stones has got to be one of there greatest.ReplyDelete
hiya LR! this put a smile on my face! :)))ReplyDelete
I think 'The Musical Trio' is a very appropriate title for this group of statues. They are a an interesting grouping.ReplyDelete
I think they ar playing the autumn :-)ReplyDelete
They certainly have put a smile on my face. Well spotted.ReplyDelete
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Love the sculpture! How nice there's red in the background. :)ReplyDelete
This is interesting .... with a nice ruby background... great!ReplyDelete
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Great find. I love Classical music. and having a daughter who plays Cello has made me enjoy it more. Now where is this from? Look like I should know this place. I'm thinking Philly.ReplyDelete
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Love this photo. Thinking it must be a place of Music.ReplyDelete
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I like your name, The Musical Trio. :) Wonderful capture of the sculptures.ReplyDelete
Great capture. Happy RT!ReplyDelete
The Trio certainly seem to be stuck into the groove and nice red back drop.ReplyDelete
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Very cool - thanks for sharing these with us!ReplyDelete
wandering aimlessly is one of my favorite things to do - me and my camera
Wonderful photo, the musical trio is a cool sight to seee.ReplyDelete
Very interesting. They put a smile on my face. :-)ReplyDelete
If they are playing to a waltz tune with these string instruments, I'll dance along ;-)ReplyDelete
Vivaldi is one of my favorite composers! I can hear his music as I look upon the busy statues. Note how the two at the ends look up at the one in the middle.ReplyDelete
Classic sculpture, classical music - a wonderful find!ReplyDelete
They are wonderfully animated. Aimless wandering is good.ReplyDelete
Another real jazz music city is New Orleans! The Negro folks would be playing, blaring and singing on every street all day long. That's not music to my ears!ReplyDelete
I bet Vienna is a nice and lovely place to appreciate music!
Quite unique. I trust the city is filled with lots of artistic works. :)ReplyDelete
I love Vivaldi.ReplyDelete
I think your title captures the statues perfectly.
This is fabulous! I love coming up public art as I walk. Nice capture!ReplyDelete