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Het Rembrandthuis

Rembrandt, ‘The Three Singers (Hearing)’, c. 1624, The Leiden Collection, New York Three figures are placed together in a triangular composition. On the right stands a balding old man holding a thick music book. He appears to beat time with his right hand, while all three figures sing a song from the book. Warm candlelight coming from the left illuminates the faces, particularly the old man’s caricatural features. His ear, glowing red in the light, features prominently.

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Music to her ears.

He was leaning against the wall trying to support his own bodyweight, and his gasps of pain were like music to her ears.