I’ve been really busy practicing Christmas music for my upcoming band and choir concert. Even my little brother has started singing “Jubilate Deeeeeoooo” around the house. 🙂
My internal 10 year old Jewish girl still doesn’t know how I learned all these songs so quickly, but here we are, haha.
But, she’s placated by the fact that my family is going to be leading worship at our synagogue’s Hanukkah celebration… Which is the day after our Christmas concert (but we’re just going to ignore that). 😄
Since my life’s been so wrapped up in music, I thought I’d go back and find some of my favorite music-related posts to share again.
Strumming in Vibrato – A poem, the style of which is based loosely on The Bells by Edgar Allen Poe, which is my favorite poem ever. 🙂
Ivory Keys (also a poem)
Little Drummer Girl – A short, slightly cringy contemplation of the gender gap in percussion… However, in my percussion class now, guys:gals is 4:3, so it actually feels pretty balanced.
I want to thank the people at GCHFA for their incredible mentoring and friendship. GCHFA is Gulf Coast Homeschool Fine Arts. It’s pretty much the coolest thing ever invented, cause now I’m playing the xylophone, snare, and bells in a band, while also singing in a choir, all with other Christian homeschoolers! I appreciate this program and the people who run it immensely. Thank you!