Happy Saturday. Here is a librarian parody of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” that was making the rounds on Facebook last month. Thank you Shoalhaven Library (Nowra, New South Wales, Australia) Enjoy!
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If you enjoy “Bohemian Rhapsody” (I do) and if you enjoy movies (I do), then you are sure to enjoy this version of the song using clips from 260 movies.
Today, Dolly Parton turns 71 years of age! She remains a class act and a phenomenal talent . . . and while this performance is a few years old, the song is still one of my all time favorites. Happy Birthday Dolly, thank you!
It is no secret that I really appreciate and enjoy the song “Amazing Grace.” So whenever I find a new version, sharing is just second nature. Here is an awesome version by the group Home Free. Enjoy!
Merry Christmas, one and all! Here’s one of my favorite acapella groups to help us celebrate this glorious day! Peace and love to all as we remember the reason for the season!
Happy Friday! With Christmas less than ten days away, now is the perfect time to break out your ukeleles and start practicing! Here is a ukelele tutorial (courtesy of the Ukelele Orchestra of Great Britatin) on how to play “Jingle Bells.” Happy strumming!
Today marks the birthday of Jean Julius Christian Sibelius, Finland’s greatest composer. Finland has actually celebrated this day as “Flag Day” since 2011 in honor of Sibelius whose music is credited with helping Finland establish its national identity when seeking its independence from Russia (Declaration of Independence was adopted on December 6, 1917). My first exposure to Sibelius was in band class (during Junior High and High School) where we often performed his work “Finlandia.” For your listening enjoyment, here is Opus 26, Sibelius’ symphonic poem which was a covert protest against Russian censorship!
“Pay no attention to what the critics say. A statue has never been erected in honor of a critic.” (Jean Sibelius)
Here is an amazing performance (Beethoven) by a three-year-old prodigy! Wow.