Sunday, November 9, 2014

Eclectic Tastes


Today's selection takes me back to many a family gathering
where a few combinations of a couple of siblings would 
sit down and start to play 'Heart and Soul'.

Here's to great Sunday everyone.

20 comments:

  1. Cool, entertainment with family is always nice.

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    1. Well, it all started with Dad, Sharon. He would play every Sunday for us on the piano. We would either sing along or dance along. It was quite a scene!! lol

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  2. Oh Jim how i love this, I never even knew the name, fits perfectly oh I love it when you put on music, it's always such a pick-me up, thank you

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    1. Nothing like live piano music, Lorraine, to get us movin!!

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  3. Every piano in the world has had this played on it -- well, maybe not Glenn Gould's piano . . . oh hell yeah, his too. Who can resist that jaunty tune?

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    1. Debra, do you really think that GG actually ever played this? In between his 'Goldberg Variations'!!??
      It just may be the most played tune! Do you think?

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    1. Looks like they had a ball playing it, Pat!

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    1. Thanks John.
      As a family we have done this for years and continue to do so whenever the opportunity arises.

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  6. As a parent, not much could be better than watching your kids side by side creating something together that conjures happiness for everyone in the room. I love it when my son accompanies my daughter's singing on his guitar. Our family favourite is Cohen's Hallelujah.

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    1. I bet that must be so warming to the soul/heart to see your kids play together dbs. I can only imagine Cohen's Hallelujah. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Next time we are at Dad's, we'll go into the rec room with the piano. Then we will practice this Ron....OK?

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  8. Even as serious music students attending a boarding school in the summer for more intense training than possible during the school year, we would gather in the common room after a day of classes to play various arrangements of this. Brings back happy memories! Thanks, Jim :)

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    1. A good way to let it all go after a long day, Carol.
      Good to hear that even the pros revert back to this tune.

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  9. Was just tinkering with this tune at work. Always a good time.

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  10. We used to play that, too, when I was growing up and my older sisters taught me to play.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Same here Janie with my older sister. I like what these two have added to the repertoire .

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