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Han pasado 7 años y decidí volver a una de las escuelas que empezé a estudiar para meterme para el Estudio Musical más duro, Creár mejores Melodías que toquen cualquier Emoción y seguir haciendo lo que Amo. Gracias a La gente que apoyan Mi Música___7 years has gone by & I decided to go back to one of the School I started learning, to come back to the Music Studio harder, with better Melody's to touch any emotion & continue doing what I Love. To the people that support My Music,Thank You #jhenCreateTheBeat#jhenBeats#jhenCreóElRitmo#Music#Producers#Productores#Musicales#Piano#musictheory#teoriamusical
Not-but-kinda #bbg -related: went to a charity concert last night, which was organised by my ex-workplace. S$228,000 was raised for two beneficiaries: the Muscular Dystrophy Association (Singapore), and the School of the Arts Assistance Fund 👍🏻
I was really impressed by the performances (singing, dancing, drumming, piano-/guitar-playing) from all these youth who are so incredibly talented. Pictured here is Kelvin Yu, who uses a wheelchair because he has muscular dystrophy-- a condition where your muscles deteriorate progressively over time. He said that this makes him feel pretty tired sometimes, but he still tries to do his best. And it's true; it hasn't stopped him from improving on his singing, from going to school, from learning and leading (he heads the @temasekpoly Chorale!). And boyyy does he have a beautiful voice 😍
We also watched a little girl - who is blind and can only see shadows - play the piano and sing beautifully. And a guy who taught himself how to play the piano, despite losing 80% of his hearing. He played us an original composition - created just one year after he started picking up the piano 😱💪🏻
I don't know about you, but these are all such inspiring people. Talk about kicking adversity in the nuts (cuz what's fair about losing your eyesight, your hearing, your body's ability to hold itself up?), and emerging stronger. It made me think, what are WE whining about? We're all guilty of it sometimes-- bitching and moaning about how we're tired/lazy/don't want to work out/sad that Monday is here and we have to go back to work or school-- but we should really try to stop. In the grand scheme of things, what of it?! 🤷🏻♀️
Have a working body? Great. Remember that that's thru no merit of your own-- it's sheer dumb luck/blessings, depending on what you believe in-- and that others are not so fortunate. Use that working body to do something good today. I know Kelvin is ❤️
I have the full piece (kinda) done, but I just wanted a 30 second snippit.
Anyways, #nightmarenight is coming soon this month, so I thought I'd give you giys a little something that I've dreamed of doing on the piano eversince I've heard the song.
#1000jazzalbums no. 174
Shirley Horn “Light Out of Darkness: a tribute to Ray Charles”
Recorded April-May 1993
Horn (vocal, piano); Gary Bartz (as); Charles Ables (g, b); Tyler Mitchell (b); Steve Williams (d).
“For this change of pace, singer/pianist Shirley Horn performs 15 songs associated with Ray Charles. Of course, Horn sounds nothing like Charles, but she sometimes captures his spirit on such songs as "Hit the Road, Jack," "You Don't Know Me" (which finds her switching to organ), "Makin' Whoopee" and "How Long Has This Been Going On." Joined by her regular trio (with bassist Charles Ables and drummer Steve Willliams), some of the songs have Ables switching effectively to guitar, while Tyler Mitchell fills in on bass. Altoist Gary Bartz guests on five of the dozen selections. While emphasizing ballads, as one always expects, this is a fun set that includes more medium-tempo tunes than usual for a Shirley Horn set.” - Scott Yanow, AllMusic.com
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