New Video on You Tube ‘The Painter’

poem, painting and music © copyright dfbarker 2012

music performed on an old lorenzo acoustic guitar

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40 thoughts on “New Video on You Tube ‘The Painter’

  1. Oh, I would be honoured if you want to do that. I wasn’t really sure whether to post this or not, but I’m flattered that you like it. Thank you!

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  2. David, this is beautiful! Not only was your poem wonderful (as always), but your guitar playing and voice added magic to the mix~

    By the way, is there anything you “can’t” do? 🙂

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  3. Oh thank you! Well, I’ve been wondering whether to put this out for a while, you know how it is. I’m a bit of an artistic jack of all trades, not sure which I like best. At least I won’t get bored. I am, as always, very grateful for your comments.

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  4. Oh how beautiful…the guitar sounds lovely and I like the poetic lyrics. Made my morning Mr. Barker, thank you.
    Raven xox

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  5. Hi David,
    this is so good! The poem, the painting and the performance, all 3! The music made me dream away… I have read the poem, out loud, but this is the way it was supposed to be spoken! 🙂 I hope you keep doing these on wp !
    And I love the way you speak your English.

    Ina

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  6. Hi,
    A fantastic video, I love it, the poetry, the painting, the guitar, it is just so beautifully done, i throughly enjoyed the video, would love to see and hear more. 🙂

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  7. David, I will listen to your playing and reading in another location soon. However, I did immerse myself in the movements of your couple-on-a-dune painting and am mesmerized. Your paintbrush is so gentle.

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  8. A simply beautiful production – hearing your moving voice, your guitar, the words of the poem, and the painting!! This took my breath away, David – it’s just stunning creativity all the way around. I’ll be back to view/listen again.

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  9. This is an incredible piece David. The atmosphere you created is wonderful. I really like the camera slowly changing the perspective of the painting, as the last words are spoken. Bravo!

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  10. Oh my goodness David,

    I am awestruck!

    You have totally excelled yourself here; the combination of words, voice, painting and guitar playing leave me speechless.

    Your talent is such a treasure; I would love to experience more of this.

    Christine

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  11. Wow! I am gobsmacked! (In a very good way :D) I have to post this on my Facebook timeline … if you don’t mind (please say yes I can :D)

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  12. This is absolutely gorgeous! Particularly as it’s not easy reading poetry aloud to a background of music without it sounding forced or corny. You achieve it all without any of that. Beautiful words and imagery and beautiful guitar playing and music. Thank you.

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