This street entertainer in Budapest could produce a twinkling melody from those crystal glasses!
Brr, his fingers must get cold!
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I didn’t think of that. Occupational hazard I guess!
By the look of his outfit I am thinking he will soon be playing ice cubes.
He was collecting a tidy sum of money – the thought of counting all those coins probably warmed his heart!
Next time tell him to come to Melbourne (he can dream). The main mall in Melbourne has an abundance of musicians. There are illusionist, peruvian aboriginal music and the lot.
I think he was happy there – no competition!
Brilliant photo for this challenge. As Suchled has said, he should come to Melbourne – Bourke Street mall in the city is full of buskers and entertainers and people actually stop to watch, weekdays and weekends. I hope he makes a few dollars from making twinkling music.
He was certainly getting a hat full of change.
Good to hear he got some change. Well deserved. After all, creating art isn’t easy.
B-r-r-r. I find this type of music fascinating.
I couldn’t help wondering how long it takes him to set up. He must have to get exactly the right amount of water in each glass to get the correct notes! Brilliant.
Yes, that is my understanding. I’ve always seen this performed indoor where everything (and everybody) is at room temperature. I wonder if / how much the cold affects the sound of if he has to compensate (with the water levels) in some way.
Thank you for follow I hope to make it worthwhile. I am glad to reciprocate. And, thanks for efforts on the forum. You’re right about it being like “Trying to knit fog”, but when the sun comes out ~ 🙂
I feel sorry for the girl in the firing line but the continuous stonewalling really frustrates me. I wonder if the staff personally use the site for posting/blogging because if they did then they would immediately understand what we are saying!
You always manage to come up with such unique takes on the theme. Well done!
No mucking about there 😀
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