Day 2062: Performing Together

Yesterday, inside the Music Museum at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (where people from all over the world are performing together), I saw this:

In these days of divisiveness, performing together seems more vital than I can ever remember before.

Can you see the theme of performing together in my other photos from yesterday?

People in Edinburgh are so into performing together that when we asked our adorable server to take our picture last night at the Cellar Door Restaurant, she had to get into the act.

I look forward to seeing how my readers will be performing together in the comment section, below.

As always, I appreciate all those performing together in this blog, including YOU!

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18 thoughts on “Day 2062: Performing Together

  1. What a fabulous performance you’ve put on here, I never seen so many photos in one blog post…and I counted 56 photos,.. I think… that’s a great picture performance !! I thoroughly enjoyed every pic, thanks Ann xx

  2. I want that guitar! I tried the guitar at college but wasn’t that good sadly. I haven’t done any music posts for a bit but I do think you’ll like my latest one. Very striking.

  3. Performing together is the best! Thanks for sharing the music museum gems Ann 💛
    I always get a bit nostalgic when I see the photos of Edinburgh at this time of year. So glad you are all having fun!!

  4. Great fashion never goes out of style, Ann.

  5. How many amazing instruments you’ve put together here that I’d never seen before. What strikes me is the care and attention placed on the creation of BEAUTY as well as on the production of SOUND.

  6. You were certainly laughing together

  7. Those wonderful musical instruments remind me that all art speaks to our collective humanity because all art is built with tools we’ve all contributed to—words and music are made by all of us.

  8. I love all the instruments, but I’d particularly love to see those beautiful keyboard collection. I’m a pianist and have played on some lovely instruments, but these are far beyond any I’ve seen in one collection. What a happy gathering around the table, too. It’s clear you’re having a wonderful time! 🙂

    • I love all your comments, my fellow pianist, and I loved seeing all those beautiful keyboards. Thank you for making this gathering happier with your presence.

  9. Thank you so much for this wonderful tour of musical instruments. It is astonishing that such complex sounds should come from such beautiful harmonious pieces of metal and wood – and human effort.

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