Carnegie Hall (sort of)


The above is a quick sketch of the stage at Carnegie Hall.

I wanted also to write a quick sketch about the stage at Carnegie Hall, which is really beautiful. The plasterwork has wonderfully florid runs, rather like the piano music. But my internet, unlike a great pianist, is not performing very well. (It’s an encore of its recent breakdown. Once more I am stuck on phone.)

Grrr…. I have spent endless amounts of time plugging and re-plugging in wires and cables. All of which saps the good old lyricism.

Maybe tomorrow.

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10 Comments on “Carnegie Hall (sort of)”

  1. janehewey Says:

    great pianists and lyricists were born of perseverance. may it all come together soon. ~jane

  2. The internet a blessing and curse…..I find when I post from my phone it makes me look like an idiot with the auto correct things it does….lol Hope things are up and running for you soon!!

  3. rebecca2000 Says:

    Stupid internet always messing with inspiration.

  4. brian miller Says:

    ugh it stinks you are still going through the internet issues….cool little sketch…where the elephant? smiles.

  5. Mary Says:

    I do hope the internet issues are solved! But, in any case, I enjoyed your visual sketch.

  6. David King Says:

    Sorry to hear you are still having internet problems. There seems no loss of quality from this side, though. I propose a special vote of thanks for!

  7. Sure and secure this ability to do art with your own hands. I recently went to LaScala in Milan and was overwhelmed with its magnificence. This was a little reminder. Thanks and good luck with the internet struggles.

  8. hedgewitch Says:

    UGH! I do know what you mean, k. Last year I spent almost a week updating my modem, getting disconnected, having to redo passwords, deal with the evil minions of AT&T, even learn the dreaded Windows 7, which made me abandon against my will a perfectly functional WinXP OS. It was horrible. Of course, the only thing more horrible was going without internet! ;_) May the gods of the internet show mercy soon.

    • ManicDdaily Says:

      Thanks. It’s the uncertainty that is part of the problem. This problem was a neighborhood-wide outtage, I found later, so maybe it will be fixed by this evening. It’s pretty silly. k.

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