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!
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The weekend has arrived! And, if you are looking for something to do to fill some unscheduled time, here is an instructional video on how to fold an origami rhinoceros. Happy folding!
On this the birthday of Franz Peter Schubert, why not take a moment to enjoy some of his wonderful compositions? There’s his Unfinished Symphony (no. 8 in B Minor), Ave Marie, Serenade, and many more. Franz Schubert is considered the last of the classical composers and one of the first romantic ones. Schubert’s music is notable for its melody and harmony.
Or if you are really in the mood to try something different, why not take the following tutorial and teach yourself how to play Serenede? Of course, you will need to have access to a piano . . . perhaps I’ll make this my weekend project.
This should give you a good chuckle. It would seem that fear of change and the learning curves for new “technology” have not changed all that much over the centuries (at least not for a certain pecentage of the population). I’ve certainly had my moments of frustration with new technologies from time to time. Enjoy!
As I finish up the Podcast Tutorial (one of the challenges from the last 23Things lesson), I’m looking forward to completing the program in its entirety — I’m dangerously close and should wrap up the final lesson sometime this weekend!
In the meantime, here’s the latest humor from www.despair.com . . . enjoy, but don’t look up!