Thursday, April 15, 2010

Fast food, fast music...

At the door of the fast food on the corner, a group of musicians set up his small stage and attacked! Mozart for lay people, Mozart for many people. Dispossessed, unpretentious but effective and great musicians!

À porta da lanchonete da esquina, um grupo de músicos armou seu pequeno palco e atacou! Mozart para leigos, Mozart para muito. Despojados, despretenciosos, mas eficazes e excelentes músicos!


  1. Today in our EAGAN Rotary club, we watched a video about the area in Brazil from which our new Rotary exchange student will come! We're excited for his arrival in August from Brazil!

  2. I can almost hear them play, although my eyes have now spotted the beautiful woman crossing the street. Hello there Leif!

  3. Great! Adorei! A piece of Europe in Rio... and we also have the samba players on the beach sometimes... :)

    Loved Steffe's comment, very funny!

  4. Que legal! Não é algo que se possa esperar numa esquina de qualquer cidade do Brasil com frequencia.

  5. I can just hear them play Eine kleine Nachtmusik.

  6. Looking good. We do have quite a lot of these small bands, buskers, here in Barcelona, and they are sometimes really good. U2 started this way, on the streets of Dublin.


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