Here are three versions of the old classic we all know and love: And of course, some background information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_fille_aux_cheveux_de_lin
I’m back with more of the classics you have been waiting to hear. Did you know that in addition to being an amazing composer, Felix Mendelssohn was also a painter? I did not know that. A couple of his paintings appear below, along with three of his Number One hits. Wedding March: A Midsummer Night’s…
Here is another song about a place I didn’t know existed. Felix Mendelssohn wrote a song about Fingal’s Cave in Scotland in 1829. I have added a few sound effects so you can really get the feeling of what it must be like to be there. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fingal%27s_Cave Another Mendelssohn song used at the beginning of…
Some more music to help you through your day: Finished at 9:26 pm on a Thursday Night:
I was going through my “Big Book of Classical Music” this morning, and blindly pointed to a song to work on. I landed on “Funeral March of a Marionette.” I listened to it on my music player first, and was I ever surprised. It turned out to be the theme song from “Alfred Hitchcock Presents.”…
This song is around three minutes longAnd as melodic as can beIt also is an original songBut it wasn’t done by me
B as in Beethoven, that is.
This song is one of my favorites. In case you were wondering. A brief history: https://www.britannica.com/topic/Scheherazade-by-Rimsky-Korsakov ‘
Here is one you are sure to remember.
Here is the first in a series of songsThey’re not too short, and not too longThis one was written by The MasterBut I do it a little faster
I started this song early this morningIt came on me without a warningIt is a version without the screamingIt’s easy to listen to if you’re dreaming