Category Archives: Music

Dirt & Bones: A Little Pipe Music

The above “Native Flute” is my newest musical instrument. I have a long way to go to really be able to play it, but I love its haunting sound. Like a clarinet, it’s played vertically. This particular version is a … Continue reading

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Your Life and Mine: Music!

I grew up in a home where classical music was highly beloved. My mother’s brother, Wilson Sawyer, was an orchestra conductor and a composer. My mom, a classically trained pianist, became a pro at the young age of 13, when … Continue reading

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About Singing

This is my favorite time of year to sing in the church choir, because we are practicing Christmas music, and I love Christmas music – the old, the new, and anything in between. When I was six years old, I … Continue reading

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About Music

About You! My brother and his daughter recently visited us from Oregon. We had a great time together, and because they flew here (in a plane, I mean), sometimes they borrowed our car. The next time I would use the car, … Continue reading

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Spring Break…

When you live in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, the promise of Spring Break carries with it a great longing for warm, snowless climes.  Thus this year, as we began to contemplate that magic week at the end of March, my husband and … Continue reading

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Irish Music

St. Patrick’s Day has put me in the mood to celebrate all things Irish, and since my corned beef brisket recipe is from the corned beef brisket package and my soda bread is pitiful (Any good soda bread recipes out … Continue reading

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