MUSIC POST Played On Yamaha PSR-S950

REJOICE! The Lord Is King! George Frederic Handel is my favorite composer (and Arrival of the Queen of Sheba my favorite of his works) of the Baroque era of music, and though he wrote this piece, the lyrics come from none other than Charles Wesley. Today is a great – no, perfect – day for …
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About The Music…

I never knew how much I’d love playing the ukulele once I got old. My Gram gave me a baritone uke when I was a teenager and I played around with that through college, but piano was always my #1 instrument. I had studied it throughout my childhood, teen years, and college (my degree is …
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Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence VIDEO UPLOAD

I am playing this on my Sound Smith resonator tenor ukulele, with my Yamaha PSR-S950 keyboard. This is my favorite of the many variations on the original. Please remember I am sharing my love of music with my friends here, not performing for an audience. As I’m in the early stages of learning to play …
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Lord Have Mercy (on Yamaha PSR-S950)

This is played on my Yamaha PSR-S950. It is not a performance, just playing this song the way my heart feels it for my online friends. Since I don’t have a recording studio and live in < 300 sq ft I can’t get away from the sounds in our home. You will hear Maisie chewing …
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Oh How I Love Making Music!

I love playing, specifically, my keyboards. And my ukuleles. But today it’s about the keyboards. Because we don’t have space for me to have both keyboards (a Yamaha PSR-S950 and a Yamaha PSR-EW410) set up at the same time, every so often I switch them around. Each has its own charms and benefits, and neither …
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How I Do Music

I love music. I started on the piano when I was quite young – too young to remember, now – and studied seriously throughout my formative years. I also wanted to sing, but wasn’t gifted with the right voice for that, so I stuck with piano and became an accomplished accompanist as well, which kept …
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