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Charles Spencelayh (1865-1958) was an English genre painter and portraitist in the Academic style

SPENCELAYH' (lower right) and further signed, inscribed and dated 'Failing memories/Charles Spencelayh R. Road West Didsbury Manchester/August (on an old label attached to the reverse) oil on canvas 20 x 16 in.

violin girl - Buscar con Google

the sound of a violin can pull you in to a world of beautiful sadness the tears fall in sweet melody as the heart sings along to the the notes of life they echo on the walls of humanity

The Penny Whistle :: Charles Spencelayh

The Penny Whistle :: Charles Spencelayh - Portraits of young boys

She picked up my old violin and looked at it for a moment before putting it to her chin. She paused. Then she played the most gorgeous song I've ever heard. "Where did you learn that?" I asked her. "I, uh...I wrote it."

See, the thing that's awesome about violin is that you can dance while you play. You can dance with piano too, but you can't go with it and really move. That's the third reason why I want to play.