Tagged “V”

Tuesday’s A to Z challenge: “V”


Event Type: General Blogging

Start Date: Tuesdays, recurring weekly

Description: Every Tuesday I offer the “A to Z challenge”, walking step by step through the alphabet.
Last week we had the “tagged U”-challenge, so this week we’ll create a new turn with “V” – I’m sure you’ll also find a photo, a story or a music title tagged with “V”! Feel free to add in the comments below the link to your personal interpretation of the letter “V”!!! Myself I’ll focus on “violin”:

Vestdijk’s VIOLIN

I’m very happy that a violinist from The Netherlands, Dick VESTDIJK = Oorlab, added his talent to one of my tracks of my Gypsy swing project GITANE FRITS:

My friend Andrey Shilov commented: The title of the composition is “Dorogoy dlinnoyu” which means “By a long road…” or the English version is “Those were the days”. The author of the music is Boris Fomin – a great musician who was hated by Stalinists.
related: my “V” gallery on flickr!


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writer, photographer, guitarist

47 responses to “Tagged “V”

  1. Excellent ‘V’ gallery, I like the vermeer room.


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  3. Hi Frizz. I’m in today with some violets. Here it is:
    Lovin the image of the violin. thanks for the music, always, Frizz.


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  5. I thought about vineyards but then this caught my eye during my search: http://geriatrixfotogallerie.wordpress.com/2014/06/03/tagged-v-like-vespa/


  6. And when you will be at Z…. end of the challenge ?
    Violin and blues are so wonderful


    • yes, I’ll make an end after Z (already scheduled): I hope we still stay in contact, commenting our other posts! (Often about music, I believe, that’s the last isle I will retire to, after leaving writing, politics, philosophy, photography…)


      • I decided to speak about music on sunday with my articles on my musical website. But you can comment my drawings, cartoons, pictures from good photographer (so, not me :p) and post on foreign policy, as the one on Ukraine today. I hope to have time to listen to all the music I want


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  10. Here’s my ‘V’, Frizz – vulcanicity – about the Rift and other things. Thanks as ever for keeping us going with your prompts: http://wp.me/pKVAM-IZ


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  13. V for Vulnerability …. here’s my entry –
    I’m pleased to be back and able to take your challenges again. Frizz.
    Love all of your V’s.


    • Vulnerability is a bridge to get wiser, your life line is one example, Isadora, maybe my fate too (starting my life in an orphanage). Your husband (after that sad attack of violence vs. him) can be glad to have you!


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  20. Some really imaginative V’s.Here’s mine http://wp.me/p1NUPI-jx


  21. O thank you so much for “Those Were the Days”!!
    . I’ve been absolutely madly in love with this song since I was a kid in grammar school when I first heard Mary Hopkin’s version of it!!


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