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MY CELLO JOURNEY ❤ (@butcello) Instagram Profile Photobutcello

MY CELLO JOURNEY ❤

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🎻Today i tried to play Vivaldi's sonata with basso continuo - with my friend Sorry for notes which are out of tune hahahahah #instruments

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𝗧𝗛𝗘 𝗠𝗔𝗣𝗦 𝗚𝗜𝗥𝗟 (@themapsgirl) Instagram Profile Photothemapsgirl

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 image by 𝗧𝗛𝗘 𝗠𝗔𝗣𝗦 𝗚𝗜𝗥𝗟 (@themapsgirl) with caption : "The Great Comet ☄️ of 1664 - December 1664

Rare celestial map showing figural representations of the constellations and" - 2005925999266736799
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The Great Comet ☄️ of 1664 - December 1664 Rare celestial map showing figural representations of the constellations and the stars of which they are composed. The progress of a comet through this area of the sky is demarcated, along with the date at which each observation was made, beginning December 14, 1664 and ending December 31, 1665. The transit begins below Corvus and Crater, passing through Hydra and Argonavis, Canis Maior and Lepus, ending below Orion. The Great Comet of 1664 was first discovered 18 days before perihellion. The comet followed and unusual path through the winter constellations. coming closetsto earth in late December 1664. Toward the end of December, it was in Corvus in the morning sky. At its closest to earth on December 29, the comet was south of Sirius in Canes Major. At thebeginning of January, the comet mmoved out of Lepus, past Rirgel and by the middle of the month crossed the eastern area of Cetus (the Monster's mouth). It was last observed in the constellation of Aries. The map from Lubienicki's Theatrum Cometicum are rare on the market. Lubieniecki's encyclopedic treatise gathered together the observations of dozens of his contemporaries including Bayer and Hevelius, covering all known comets up to the year 1665. The fine engravings consist of celestial maps showing the paths of comets and the figures of the constellations traversed. "Since each map represents the observations of a different astronomer, taken together they illustrate the variety of cartographic traditions popular during the seventeenth century." (Warner, The Sky Explored, p. 164). The second part ) provides a chronology of 415 comet sightings from the flood (the first report is dated to 2312 BC) to 1665, with commentaries, drawn from a range of historical sources. . . . #instruments

The Mando Shop (@themandoshop) Instagram Profile Photothemandoshop

The Mando Shop

Northfield F5S Wide Nut mandolin being played at the Mando Shop. This one went home with the boy. #instruments

 image by €Ⓜ (@emstrumentals) with caption : "Excited to announce the pairing of the #mpc5000 with the #sp404a! I will post a quick unboxing video when it arrives ⏪▶⏩" - 2005921880023984404
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Excited to announce the pairing of the with the ! I will post a quick unboxing video when it arrives ⏪▶⏩