Monday, February 28, 2011

Making marvelous MacPhail music

Our two younger daughters study Suzuki violin at the nearby MacPhail Center for Music. On Saturday mornings, they have group practices and here you see the older group.


12 comments:

  1. Sweet. Do they sound as good as they look?

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  2. Perfect monochrome! I always enjoy photos showing the backs of children...all so healthy and lucky, I guess, to receive such good health care.

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  3. Music is so important. Glad your girls are learning to appreciate it at a young age. :)

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  4. Ich dachte schon deine camera ist kaputt wegen Schwarz/weiss...aber das soll ja so sein! Ich finde es gut wenn Kinder ein Musikinstrument spielen lernen. Herzliche Grüsse von uns 2 :)

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  5. There is nothing better than seeing a child making music.

    Regards

    Valery

    [Barcelona Daily Photo]

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  6. A well played violin is a beautiful thing. The tough part is all the stuff that happens before it's well played. Still, it looks like fun and you have to be encouraged about kids who dutifully practice on Saturday.

    Darryl and Ruth : )

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  7. I hope these kids appreciate, either now or in the future, the opportunities they have been given to learn to play the violin.

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  8. Good for them. There are several excellent music schools here that take young children. I have absolutely NO musical talent....

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  9. To rejoice, your daughters are wonderful !!!
    Warm regards of Greece !
    Magda

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  10. Well done to your daughters. My son used to play the cello, but gave it up :( I keep telling him he'll regret it it when he's older!

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  11. Seems like a cool stuff to do, like violins too,

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