How many steps to a sweet melody?

ImageThis photo is amazing and makes me want to run all the way up very, very fast to see if I could play a tune!  After I’d got to the top and at the risk of tripping over myself I think I would alternate my steps on the way down.  I recently had a chat about music, how it can bring back vivid memories (good and not so good) and how I could never live without music.

Little-known fact:  Years ago I filled out a Big Brother application form (truth be know, I don’t think I would ever have sent it off!).  When packing up my house to move, I came across it again.  One of the questions was:    

‘What one thing would you find it most difficult to live without (not including family and pets)? ‘

My answer was music.  I love most genres of music, except thrash metal and proper hardcore rap.  In a pub quiz of ‘name that tune’, I reckon I’d do pretty well and win the cheap bottle of sparkling wine!

Do you love music too?  Do you want to learn to play or know someone who does?  Orchestrate School of Music have loads of experience and will be happy to chat about what you want to achieve.   Go to their website or their facebook page.  Or give them a tweet @OrchestrateSOM .

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