Music 141: Water wheel

This water wheel feeds all the troughs on the farm where I live. It also waters (when no one is looking) my vegetable garden over the dry summer.

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11 thoughts on “Music 141: Water wheel

  1. umashankar

    There is a twist in the introduction to the piece of music too. It’s very soothing, especially as I imagined the soft cymbals indicating surreptitious watering of the vegetable garden of the composer.

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    1. Bruce Goodman Post author

      Thanks, Uma. I never thought of that – but maybe!!! I just wanted to capture the wheel going round and round! Mind you over recent weeks we’ve had that much rain there hasn’t been much of a need to do watering.

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    1. Bruce Goodman Post author

      I was going to suggest that you don’t have to feel compelled to plough your way through the letters…. I should really write a companion to “Bits of a Boyhood” and have chapter after chapter of stuff I never told my parents!!!

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    1. Bruce Goodman Post author

      It’s quite a simple process – I connect the hose to a tap on a nearby trough! The water comes from a fairly healthily flowing stream – so I don’t think I’m squandering something overly precious!

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