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streetmusicoxford on Dec 31 2018 07:39 (from tellallthepeoplethatuc)


Jade Bird @ Bumbershoot 2018

streetmusicoxford on Dec 15 2018 10:25 (from oxfordoboe)



Some close-up pics of last week’s 19th c oboe - marked Harry Potter, Charing Cross, and with an amazingly tiny case and a hilariously tiny thumbrest
#oboe #doublereed #instruments #nineteenthcenturymusic #historicallyinformedperformance #oboelife #anciadoppia #musiciansofinstagram #harrypotter

wow I didn’t know Harry Potter made oboes ?

streetmusicoxford on Dec 12 2018 09:50 (from crazy-world-aint-it)


five days left to party here !!!!!

go wild !

female-presenting nipples 👀

reblog them while you can

 #field music #almost like street music #rip tumblr
streetmusicoxford on Dec 11 2018 12:41 (from jigglesandgrins-deactivated2018)



female-presenting nipples (live on stage!)

reblog them while you can

oooh, I just realised that the words Tove Lo on the screen are actually the name of the artist.  Here’s what Wikipedia has to say on the 👀 issue:

During tours in 2015, Lo began flashing her bare breasts in live performances, particularly during the song “Talking Body,” and she has continued to do so.[124][125]  "I started just by showing a little bit of boob or just being sassy, and everyone got so excited and then one night I just did it,“ she told MTV News at Bonnaroo.[126] The singer has often said in interviews that she is unapologetically proud of her body.[126][127]

streetmusicoxford on Dec 10 2018 11:43 (from ashmoleanmuseum)


#AshmoleanAdvent Calendar
Day 10
An Angel Playing the Harp

This detail comes from a design for a stained glass window by Pre-Raphaelite artist Edward Burne-Jones. Burne-Jones was introduced to the craft of stained glass windows by fellow Pre-Raphaelite artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti, and eventually became the principal designer for William Morris’ workshop, producing over five hundred individual works.

This design was made for an east-facing window in St Michael and All Angels Church in Hampshire, England. The window represents ‘The New Jerusalem’, a symbolic city in Heaven that is mentioned in the Bible. The stained glass for the window was made in the Morris & Co workshop along with other designs by Rossetti and by William Morris himself.

Edward Burne-Jones, 1862. Brown and blue washes over graphite.