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I posted the links below, Hanne, for both a medium and a large, so have fun! :-))) (11 comments up from the bottom).
Absolutely, lajuin! I was just trying to pick one great name for each instrument, to round out a band! I love jazz! I've seen Lionel, McCoy Tyner, Sonny Rollins, and many others--I wish I had gotten to see all the greats.....
Please, Pat - is it possible?? Thanks!!
Must not forget Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Byrd, Gary Burton, Cal Tjader, to name a few.Have been to club performances by Charlie, Cal and Lionel. Ahh those were the days.
Lionel Hampton, John Coltrane--let me add Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk, Charles Mingus, and Max Roach---now we're grooving! Thanks, Lela and whatnauts! :-)))
Very jazzy! I can imagine a cartoon with the musical notes of a saxophone being depicted with something similar to this.
Maybe it's a mad xylophonist.......or whatever that musician might be called......
http://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=UOJAGUYDhttp://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=C3ELG8N8These are the large and medium versions--have fun! LOL!Thanks so much, Edie, Mandy, Aishahm, and Kathy--I love jazz, and I was jazzed by the way this turned out (!), but it could be any music that really moves you! I'm so glad that you all like it! :-)))
There's another musketeer, loving another great Pat-design!!! I'll see y'all at the biggie:-)))
Pat, could you please make a large version of this one.
Thanks Pat - this is a fun puzzle... lots of instrument like shapes to see - :~)
Not much of a jazz aficionado here but I can feel the 'sway' of this puzzle. Lot of fun, thanks Pat
Thanks, Wendy, Katie, and Ardy--it looked jazzy to me, and I thought I saw some musical notes and maybe a few piano keys in there, too! :-)))
There's a pair of eyes watching from the center. Maybe that's The Jazz Singer waiting for a cue to come onstage. Great atmosphere for it. Thanks, Pat.
"Come on babe why don't we paint the town, and all that jazz!" Thanks for a great puzzle and a fun song to liven up the day Pat!
Your title is perfect for this, Pat!
I think I know why--because it looks like a poinsettia! LOL! It really does, with the combo of red and green! :-)))
Very nice. The center reminds me of poinsettia for some reason. I don't know why, it just does.