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).
Long time no see. :D
I had rested 3 days because it’s so cold.
I like to play outside after all.
Today’s new song is “Yozakura Oshichi”(Fuyumi Sakamoto).
Not storm yet, but rain sometimes.
Today’s practice songs are “Walk of Life”(Dire Straits) and “Message in a Bottle”(The Police).
But I got a hot canned coffee again.
Thank you, my fam!! :D
The songs I added to my practice repertoires today are “Hakodaté no Hito”(Saburo Kitajima) and “Chigiri”(Hiroshi Itsuki).
(According to the weather forecast, tomorrow, it will be storm or hard rain, or heavy snow, or extremely cold)
(See you next week??)
As a spreadsheet?
59 songs(or tunes). Including today’s “L-O-V-E”(Nat King Cole) and “What Am I to You?”(Norah Jones).
Both are really good songs! (And too difficult for me now)
On Wednesday, I’m walking and playing near Tomio River (Tomio-gawa).
Blog post’s title is not necessarily related to the contents, especially in case of me. :D
The weather is better THAN yesterday. Yea, not bad, not bad.
Tuesday, mmm, classic, or screen music, today I practiced Saint Saens’ Swan, and Around the World in 80 Days.