A Word a Week Challenge – Music

“If music be the food of love, play on;
Give me excess of it, that, surfeiting,
The appetite may sicken, and so die.”

Music for many people is food for the soul. Music can lift you or depress you. A bar or two of music can take your memory instantly back to a time, a place, a person, or a situation. Music is written out of emotion, why do you think there are so many songs about love lost or gained?

Sue’s Word a Week challenge this week is Music.  Here, then are a variety of photos with a common theme:

 

Matthew Street, Liverpool. Wall dedicated to famous musical acts

 

Odd looking musical instrument. Museum of Musical Instruments, Brussells

Street band on the Stroget, Copenhagen

Rick Neilson, Cheap Trick, playing a five necked guitar

Great hall piano, Lanhydrock House, Cornwall, UK

Hard Rock Cafe, Toronto, a chain of restaurants started in London dedicated to rock music memorabilia. They can be found in major cities all over the world

Band member, Los Chaskis from Ecuador, South America

Steve’s Music Store, Rue Saint Antoine Ouest, Montreal

Window shopping, toys for musicians. Charing Cross Road, London

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