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ianbrooks:

The Keaton Music Typewriter

This isnt a brand new invention cobbled together in some mad composer’s laboratory, but a device patended in 1936 (and later in 1953, adding improvements) by Robert H. Keaton. Containing 33 keys, it was ideal for writing out sheet music, though many still preferred to write it out by hand (hipsters, probably). They’re incredibly rare, with only a few said to still exist in nature, though you can get your hands on this mint-condition one for $6,000 USD at etsy.

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enchantedsleeper:

Aladdin and the Genie, Frank E. Schoonover

enchantedsleeper:

Aladdin and the Genie, Frank E. Schoonover

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sanatkaravani:

Pablo Picasso, 1957. Photograph by Irving Penn.

sanatkaravani:

Pablo Picasso, 1957. Photograph by Irving Penn.

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jessiethejazz:

jessiethejazz:

Goodbye by Keith Jarrett / Charlie Haden from Jasmine (2010, ECM) album

track #7

Keith Jarrett, piano

Charlie Haden, double-bass

very sad„ You’ll be missed.

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whitejuices:

Keith Jarrett
Sun Bear Concerts: Encores, Tokyo (8:23)

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classic-art:

The Temple of Seti I, Abydos
Ernst Koerner, 1926

classic-art:

The Temple of Seti I, Abydos

Ernst Koerner, 1926

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vietakadziesma:

Guillaume de Machaut
‘Veni creator spiritus’ motet
The Hilliard Ensemble

Guillaume de Machaut (c. 1300 – April 1377)