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Lachen und Glückes
WHEN YOU GET THE PRACTICE ROOM WITH THE BEST PIANO

fachyeahoperasingers:

It’s like 

 

WHEN WEIRD PEOPLE ARE LISTENING OUTSIDE OF YOUR PRACTICE ROOM

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You look at em like

WHEN I CRACK
When I found out Renee Fleming is singing Indie Rock now
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Fun. ft. Janelle Monae: We Are Young 

I am absolutely obsessed with this band, listening to their other tracks and it gets better with each track!!

GIVEAWAY!!!!!
Love Songs

Last night I came home from a Studio Party and was inspired just to play a bunch of love songs on my guitar… I know really? Well either way… that got me thinking about this genre of Love songs… Hell, every song is either about love, getting it, losing it, or letting it pass by you. Well particularly the last subject matter inspired me last night. 

The One That Got Away 

Enjoy the Song! 

So why the yellow rose? Well, first off it is my favorite flower! Then, it has an interesting history. The yellow rose was actually discovered in the 18th century growing in the Middle East. They also gave off a unique smell that was actually not the pleasing smell of roses we know and love today.
Also, Lachen und Glückes means Laughter and Happiness. I am a very joyous person, probably why I was attracted to the joyous yellow rose. 
The yellow rose has been associated with the sun, light, and warmth. What is funny is that the yellow rose in the 18th century was associated with jealousy and adultery… yeah not as awesome as the happiness and cheerfulness it is associated with today!

So why the yellow rose? Well, first off it is my favorite flower! Then, it has an interesting history. The yellow rose was actually discovered in the 18th century growing in the Middle East. They also gave off a unique smell that was actually not the pleasing smell of roses we know and love today.

Also, Lachen und Glückes means Laughter and Happiness. I am a very joyous person, probably why I was attracted to the joyous yellow rose.

The yellow rose has been associated with the sun, light, and warmth. What is funny is that the yellow rose in the 18th century was associated with jealousy and adultery… yeah not as awesome as the happiness and cheerfulness it is associated with today!