I practiced it today.
Some part of the 2nd movement of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto.
A Chinese couple, I met today, taught me how to say “street musician” in Chinese.
Jiē tóu yīn yuè rén. (街 头 音 乐 人)
“音乐” is music, “音乐人” is musician, “街头” is street.
Every 4th Saturday I go to Ukimi-dou in Nara Park.
Because it was quite LOVELY day today, I met a lot of people. (Including French people and Swiss people)
Ah lovely daaay! <3
When I’m walking and playing the violin on the usual path, a not-so-young lady passed my side, with exchanging nods each other.
I have seen her sometimes. She is riding her bicycle usually, but today, she was walking her bicycle.
She began to ride at a faraway place.
For listening?? Or because of the narrow path??
Thank you either way. :D
O, today’s practice songs were “I Was Born to Love You”(Queen), and, J-rock, “Makerumonka”(Barbee Boys).