Tuesday Tunes

I think we can all agree that music has the power to inspire, uplift, entertain, motivate, and move us.  I know it certainly does for me. For those folks who are familiar with this blog, you may recall that I’ve shared posts regarding my love for music and dancing.  In my experience, music is like therapy, transforming my mood and motivating me at challenging times.  Not only does music soothe or entertain us, but hopefully, it enriches us as well.  With this in mind, I’ve decided to add a music post as part of my weekly contribution to this blog.  I enjoy all kinds of music, so you never know what you may find here.

This musical selection is my first endeavor for Tuesday Tunes.  It’s from Act II of Puccini’s opera La Bohème, “Quando Me’n Vo’” or “Musetta’s Waltz.”  I hope you enjoy this beautiful and moving soprano aria by Anna Netrebko.

 

 

33 Comments »

  1. I understand what you mean. I listen to music as I drive or work in the shop, it really does have a calming effect, no matter what the music is.

    As far as posting, be careful, many have been sued for posting music. The music industry is very aggressive in going after people.

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  2. Beautiful, as is your photo of the Queen Anne’s Lace. Reminds me of childhood. We used to pick it and put it in a jar of water and food coloring and watch the color of the Queen Anne’s Lace transform. 😊

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    • Thank you, Melody. I appreciate the positive input. It’s been fun choosing different music for the posts.
      I’m really glad you enjoyed it! I know what you mean; I’d love to sing like that, alas, I can’t carry a time in a bucket. 😉

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