6.24.2009

Corner view / music



The theme of corner view this week is music.
I like to play piano but I am not really a good player,
so I rather listen to this piano music which is my favorite.
It makes me relax and at the same time, I can enjoy underwater...


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26 comments:

La Trollette said...

Pärt is one of my favourite composer.
His music seems very simple but simplicity is a skill that requires much work and preciseness.
Pärt's music fits your work so good, no wonder you like that piece!
Thanks for the undersea ride ;o)

Daan said...

Such a lOVELy PIAno

lovepics said...

love your piano!! i'm sure i would play nicer on this one than on mine :-(

jane said...

i wish i could play too! congrats on the feature! you deserve it! besos!

Claire said...

Oh Natsumi, thank you so much for this nice moment! This music is so delicate, fine, pure, exactly as your drawings... It's difficult for me to write in english what i feel!
And congratulations for the daily candy! I had a look!
And your french test?

Jennifer said...

Congrats on the Daily Candy write up!
xo

Le blÖg d'Ötli said...

Here is - always - the best of corners view !!! And I like your napkins too...

sophie said...

I love piano. I have played piano during one year. Too short.
Now, I would like to learn. Perhaps someday!
I love your picture.

Mulot said...

Congratulations - cute and lovely ilustration !

epe said...

beautiful post and congratulations, your napkins are lovely! :)

Joyce said...

I love your illustration of the panio keys. I too enjoy panio music.

YAHOO... you made Daily Candy!! I haven't gone through the emails yet. Did you know you were going to be on DC or was it a surprise? I love it!!

Have a golden day!

PS If you have time today to visit, take a peak at my strawberry plants. I know you will be able to relate. smile...

Marina said...

Siempre me gusta tu sutileza.
Un saludo,
Marina

Kaylovesvintage said...

I love your work

Ida Nielsen said...

Congratulations on the feature!!
You little piano is lovely -and so is that piano music.

The notes in my pictures are made from apricots and chocolate chips ;-)

MODsquad said...

Oh! L O V E ! ! So much! Luxe especially loves the crabs, for me... all of them!

I'll go check out Daily Candy. Haven't been there in ages...

Happy Day, Natsumi!

gretchen said...

love your work. really really love it.

Lisa said...

I need to practice playing piano more, not been playing it for some time now, such a shame. Time to take the dust off the lid I think :)

Cris Siqueira said...

natsumi
i was waiting for your post... i knew it would be great!!!!
this piano drawning is perfect!!

xoxo

kinako said...

natsumi-san,

i am happy i found you and your work. i love your napkins and your drawings! they are beautiful!

Cabrizette said...

Very nice drawing !!! but i think you can't play piano with this ! Have a nice day !

Francesca said...

Perhaps it doesn't matter that you aren't that good piano player: palying music in itself is a great talent.

janis said...

I like your piano keys, and you KNOW how much I love your napkins! Congratulations on the write up :)

joanne said...

arvo pärt is so amazing!!! and his music goes absolutely perfectly with your gallery... match made in heaven :)

congratulations on the feature too! have an awesome weekend <3

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Veroka said...

I don t know Part s music, I ll investigate!

jgy said...

The music is 'pure, innocent and gentle', like your post.
And I imagine, like you!:)

The other day I saw a crab crossing the road in my neighborhood, it had a big smile; the crab looked like a child painted it with a red stripe and yellow stripe.
Like something from a dream, or a fanciful illustration. Your pictures reminded me of that memory.

Hope you're having a great weekend,
Joanne