Japanese WaterLily

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I was asked to create several small pieces of japanese music to illustrate some readings of Haikus in a public library ...

Covered with butterflies,
     The dead tree
     Is in bloom.
     Kobayashi Issa (1763-1828)

Suddenly
     A shadow overtakes :
     The wind.
     Taneda Santoka (1882-1939)


Spring is going away
     but it hesitates
     Among the last cherry trees.
     Yosa Buson (1716-1783)

Along the river
     I did not see any bridge
     This day is endless.
     Masaoka Shiki (1866-1909)

All is for you too... Dear Wikiloopers.

Comments

December 12 2016 21:20:50
TanTaloTanTalo
preciosa y evocadora...

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December 08 2016 22:02:40
will_Cwill_C
Very simple and sooo sphery! Just phantastic! :)
+1 December 09 2016 12:11:49 will_C Caroljoyce
Hello Will, your comment is a little stroke to my heart. Thanks very much for the listening. I'll be back on wikiloops very soon with a new track. At the time, i'm looking forward time of X-mas holiday. I'm too busy. And i miss you all my Dear Wikiloopers.
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December 05 2016 14:47:36
francisco alfrancisco al
gostei muito desse estilo, Caroljoyce. perfeito
+1 December 09 2016 12:07:41 francisco al Caroljoyce
Thank you very much Francisco for listening to several of my tracks. You're welcome here, & i'm so glad you like my Lily Harp !:D
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November 22 2016 02:01:49
RobMRobM
Such a wonderfully exotic sound ! :)
+1 November 24 2016 17:10:31 RobM Caroljoyce
Thank you Rob for listening to it. Always glad to have your ears ! ;)
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November 21 2016 15:09:17
mortheolmortheol
Very nice:)
+1 November 21 2016 16:46:21 mortheol Caroljoyce
Hi Ron, happy to see you. :D Merci beaucoup beaucoup.;)
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November 20 2016 20:44:25
frankyguitarfrankyguitar
Beautiful Agnes !! A fantastic picture you draw here, wonderful work !! :)
+1 November 21 2016 16:49:34 frankyguitar Caroljoyce
Thank you very much for this words, I thought this tune as a too trivial and simplistic one... but i posted it for the fun...;)
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November 21 2016 17:56:08 frankyguitar frankyguitar
I think not it's trivial! That would be tought too short. It sounds really good and I think for western ears it is like a original traditionel :)
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November 20 2016 19:18:39
nuno1959nuno1959
Lovely mood this sets CJ, cool work !!
+1 November 21 2016 17:13:48 nuno1959 Caroljoyce
Thank you very very much Nuno! Nice to see you back. This is also good to listen to your music again...
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November 21 2016 17:19:16 nuno1959 nuno1959
Much obliged, you spoil me.. ;)
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November 20 2016 17:15:51
PewiPewi
Hi Agnès, beautiful, your Japanese song! You play your instrument very sensitive, as a separate language:)
+1 November 21 2016 17:09:22 Pewi Caroljoyce
Hi Peter, I was thinking about you and your japanese flute... when i uploaded this tune... Thank you for your words.
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November 20 2016 15:12:03
petebasspetebass
Beautiful:)
+1 November 21 2016 16:44:41 petebass Caroljoyce
thanks my dear Pete; ;)
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November 20 2016 14:58:38
LieschingLiesching
Very relaxing! Thanks, Agnès!
+1 November 21 2016 16:44:01 Liesching Caroljoyce
:D:D
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