This week’s “Name Those Tunes” is presented in five different keys. I’m not sure which one I like better.
The first song was written over three hundred years ago. The others around 160 years ago. I wonder what the composers would think if they could see how music is played now.
Wild and Crazy Version
This song goes through all 12 keys using the circle of fifths.
And the crowd goes wild…..
And for those who would like to play along:
Here’s another blast from the past
It’s not too slow and it’s not too fast It was written back in the days of old When even I did what I was told
Here is a song that is close to my heart
It’s less than 2 minutes from end to start It reminds me of Easters past Before we all had to wear a mask
Here are some versions of my favorite song
It came out back when I was young The message is clear, it never ends You’re always better off with friends
Meet the New Song
Same as the old Song It’s a little over a minute long But I could be wrong
Easter Happens Every Year
The day of the month isn’t always clear Sometimes it’s late, sometimes it’s soon But it always happens after the first full moon
That falls after the Vernal Equinox
Around the time we change our clocks No matter the date, it’s always a fun day And it always happens on a Sunday
So sit right back and enjoy this song
To listen won’t take very long It was written in the 60’s by Vince Guaraldi He had great hair, he wasn’t a baldy.
Everyone, sing along……. “Easter Time is here……..”
Hello everyone. I hope you are all doing well. (
This is where you ask about me.) What have I been up to, you ask? I recently applied to puppetry school. However, I was not admitted. I think I am going to need someone to pull some strings for me. Here are two versions of a song I think is a real scream.
Hello All. I hope you are all doing well. And I’m not just saying that.
I was listening to Schubert’s “Unfinished Symphony” earlier today, but I didn’t finish it.
I transcribed this song instead:
Here is a Mystery Song for you
I’ve played it before, this is true It’s part of a much larger tune I’ll have the rest for you real soon Until then I will wear my mask I’ll keep it on for every task And if you see me on the street Don’t get closer than six feet