And she’s not afraid to use it.
Luke. *I* am your flutist.
‘I think modern-day musicians are unaware of the fact that by staying indoors, they are not getting the adequate amount of vitamin D that they need.’
Perhaps this cellist is trying to make sure she gets her Vitamin D, even if she’s barefoot and pulling awkwardly at her dress while slumping her shoulders under the glare of the sun.
There’s no polite way to say this: here’s a musician who really seems to like bending over. For no apparent reason.
With a guitar on top?
It’s not a classical harp, but we still had to post it.
Besides, the horse objected to carrying anything bigger.
The picture above, in which she’s awkwardly hunched up and draped in diaphanous cloth, posed among more pale cloth, with the bow on the strings even though there’s no way she could play with her left arm and hand like that…
Lean back, relax, and….
…caress your instrument lovingly.
Really, people, watch where you put those things.
Is it just my perspective?
And I don’t think this is proper pizzicato technique.
The bottle of wine is a nice touch, and he looks grumpy enough to need it. Does he have a corkscrew hidden behind that gamba?