Classy Music from a Garden in Spring


My new favorite classical guitarist, Xuefei Yang, has taken to playing short pieces for us from her garden. It is very professionally done, the guitar coming through perfectly along with a bubbling fountain and birds chirping. The camera looks through the branches of a tree, blossoming in spring. Enjoy!


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  1. KentForrester Coolidge

    Very nice, Cliff.  Pretty setting and the girl can play.  Welcome respite from pandemics and viruses. 

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  2. MarciN Member

    Just beautiful. Thank you. 

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  3. TBA Coolidge

    I particularly like the way she doesn’t end the performance by commanding us to stay home. 

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  4. WI Con Member
    WI Con

    What a talented person! Just wonderful. 

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  5. Clifford A. Brown Contributor
    Clifford A. Brown

    The monthly theme is going through a bit of a dry spell this month. Whether you have a flower or blossom sighting from a walk, or a bit of beauty in or around your abode, do snap and share!

    Please stop by the April group writing sign up sheet, with the broad theme “April Flowers.” Yes, it is April showers and May flowers in the old rhyme, and I’ve linked the two with good cause in this particular spring season. Tired of binge watching your streaming service? Cast an eye back across the wide range of different, delightful, and downright entertaining and informative past contributions. See the handy compendium of monthly themesCheck out links in the Group Writing Group. You can also join the group to get a notification when a new monthly theme is posted.

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  6. Susan Quinn Contributor
    Susan Quinn

    So soothing for the soul, everything about it. Thanks, Clifford.

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