Tuesday, 6 March 2012

In Tune



Fifty years between notes 

8 comments:

Theanne said...

fantastic...to be able to compare photos! and listen to the playing!

Kay McKenzie Cooke said...

Theanne - I was walking past the room, caught a glimpse and was amazed at the similarity between stances of the younger version (we've had the photo on our wall forever!) and the older ... so of course I grabbed the camera!

Claire Beynon said...

Beautiful synergy, Kay - tender moments, both.

L, C xo

Kay McKenzie Cooke said...

Claire - Thank you - it's pleasing to have successfully captured(and / or followed-up)a fleeting thought.

Lydia said...

This post is an absolute masterpiece, Kay. Gave me goosebumps. The new photo will become a family heirloom as the original has been for a wee while.

Kay McKenzie Cooke said...

Thanks Lydia - I never thought of that - but I think you are right. Thanks for dropping by. :)

Tim Jones said...

The similarity in stances is what struck me too. What a fine pianist that Mr Guyton is ... er, hang on a minute ...

Kay McKenzie Cooke said...

Tim - Ha! I think Mr Guyton's piano teacher taught him well! Including how to sit at a piano. (Apparently she used to greet him with, "How are you?" and when he replied, "Good thanks," she'd say, "I know you are good - how are you?" )

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