Monday, June 23, 2008

Beautiful Music!

"It is good to praise the Lord
and make music to your name, O Most High . . ."
Psalm 92:1
Saturday afternoon we were treated to the girls'
piano and violin recital.
Lydia and Caroline on the piano . . .
Well done, Lydia and Caroline!
We could really hear how much you have progressed!
You both played very well!
We loved listening to your beautiful music!
Keep it up!
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Caroline played a duet with their teacher, Mrs. Holmes.
We love Mrs. Holmes.
She is such a wonderful person, friend and teacher.
We are so grateful that she was able to take on Caroline and Lydia as her students.
Thank you, Cynthia, for the tremendous blessing you are to us!
And then Victoria and Valerie were delightful on their violins!
(It was the first time Valerie and Victoria had played their violins in a recital.)

Their teacher, Miss Katie, accompanied them on the piano.
We love Miss Katie!
She is so fun, such a sweet person and a great teacher.
Thank you, Miss Katie, for the special blessing you are to us!

Good job, Valerie and Victoria! You did great!
Your music was lovely!
You have come a long way in a fairly short amount of time!
Keep it up!

3 comments:

quadgranny said...

I am so proud of all you girls to hang in there with your music lessons. It will be a source of enjoyment all the days of your life and always so nice to be able to read music.

I will be looking forward to hearing some of that nice music when I come up to Mossyrock again.

So glad you like your teachers. That always helps to keep interested in your music. Keep up the good work. Love you more than all the music notes ever written, Meemom

Kelley said...

Awesome! You all are doing so well! Doesn't that feel great to realize your God-given talents?

I love music and once you know how to read music, and especially play music, you will appreciate other's music so much more. It's really neat that you play different instruments but can play them together too! I'm so impressed!

We love hearing you play, and all of you girls more than the music notes in all the songs that have ever been written.
Aunt Kelley

Julie Campbell said...

They are all so grown up!! How I would love to sit down and listen to them play.

I miss you all.

Julie Campbell