Monday, 26 July 2010

Entertainment at Berwick

Street entertainment at Berwick, Pan Pipe music and drum with the Chief.
Just note how well this headress of the chiefs look.
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12 comments:

Sciarada said...

Hi Imac, amazing street performers!

Jan said...

Isnt it grand ..love Jan xx

Betty Manousos:cutand-dry.blogspot.com said...

Love to see/listen to their music.
Amazing!

Hope you're having a nice day!
b ;)

Dar said...

Awesome cultural experience. So that's what a pan pipe looks like...they sound awesome, as we have a hand held one but those large ones must be incredible. Amazed at the headdress...thanks so much for sharing Stewart.
BlessYourWeek and YourHeart

Sunny said...

Would love to hear them.
☼ Sunny

Darla said...

Rain dance perhaps? Hope your MIL is doing fine.

lynnwiles said...

Andean street musicians wearing Native American ceremonial garb? I like the sound of pan pipes.

George said...

There must be a story behind how New World instruments and headgear ended up in Berwick. I'll bet they sounded wonderful, however.

Craver Vii said...

The pan flutes look like they might be doing music from the Andes, but I have never seen anyone in Peru or Bolivia with that kind of headdress. (My wife's ancestry is Bolivian.)

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: They must of gone to England after we took over in the USA.

Dave said...

Are you sure you are in Berwick England and not Berwick, Pennsylvania? Nice shot though.

Krista said...

I LOVE seeing their traditional head gear... worn with jeans... :o) Great photos, very interesting to peer into for a while. :o)