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This may just be my new favorite musical humor site – the sketches are simple and on point. Plus some of them give me an opportunity to practice sight reading (so that I can to get in on the joke), … Continue reading
In case you were wondering what I’ve been up to these days – the title of this post says it all. I mean, really, what else is there? # Well for starters we had our first orchestra rehearsal of the … Continue reading
Nathan Chan earns himself an iPhone case for an impromptu rendition of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” at an Apple store. Not too shabby….
Part one is fascinating, but part two is accompanied by last week’s featured cellist, Takenobu which gives it a extra delicious layer of cello-tastic. Enjoy!
I’ve hesitated posting about this one for awhile. Mostly because I was trying to give myself time to come up with another name, or for the cello to suggest another name to me. After all, he couldn’t be serious with … Continue reading
I have a little confession to make: for the last two weeks I’ve been avoiding my cello. I know, I know, we talked about this already – a season for all things, etc…but when I wrote that, I just figured … Continue reading
Those little red laser lights are a thing of the past. Entertain your cat for hours AND learn to play Bach…