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JazzDaBri music instrument print, Piano in Blue. David Bridburg is an artistic explorer. His classical music instruments, pianos to piccolos, play with minimalism and intriguing line work.

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Mozart Classical Music

Mozart was the ultimate child prodigy. First on violin, then on piano. The composer epitomized classical music in his scores. Light between the notes was the hallmark of the era. Organized beyond belief, Mozart left a great mark on music for the ages.

JazzDaBri prints include eight pianos images as both the baby grands and the upright instruments.

Baby Grand Piano

This blazing pianoprint is dedicated in memory of Ludwig van Beethoven, the great classical music creative.

Music is an exploration. Pianos more than other instruments allow the composer a greater range and more organization.

Violin in an Air Ease

Classical music has many heroic ideas. Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto in D, Op 35 is the quintessential violin piece of music. The violinists set the rhythm as a virtuoso soars on their instrument. The Romantic era work is demonstrative of Tchaikovsky's family ties to the Russian Empire's military. The motif of glorious victory ever present. The counter point in abstract terms is an individual's sorrow.

The green in this image gives off an air of ease.

Exciting Violin

Violinist in Orange Red

This exciting print is in a fiery orange red. The white violin and black violinist have a great feeling of depth as the image pops. The instrument is associated with genres from classical music to blue grass.

We can hear Vivaldi's Spring. The Antonio Lucio Vivaldi, nicknamed il Prete Rosso ("The Red Priest") because of his red hair, was an Italian Baroque composer, priest, and virtuoso violinist, born in Venice.

Violinist in Purple

The elegant silhouette of a female violinist, bow drawn. The line work on the violin is a mix of understated approaches. The abstract figure, with hints of a form, is in motion. 
The violin is synonymous with classical music

Beethoven's 5th Symphony Opening Classical

The opening notes to Beethoven's symphony are Morse Code for "V". The BBC during WW II would open each radio show with these music notes symbolizing a belief in Victory. Churchill would don with his hand two fingers to bring the allies together, a V.

The 5th symphony is synonymous with classical music. The simply rhythm naturally delights people. Little known, Americans buy more classical recordings than do Europeans.

Beethoven Music Notes in Black

Beethoven's 5th Symphony, the opening Music Notes

Perhaps the best known snippet of classical music, the clarion call of the hunt is unmistakable. These music notes put in motion a symphony with an uncanny resolution. 
Beethoven lived a troubled life with many ups and downs. Probably bipolar, he wrote composed by hand in a rushed way. Later in life going very deaf, in his mind, Beethoven could compose without ever again hearing it in concert.