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Playing piano to the next level

May 19, 2009 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: arts and culture

One of my presents when I went home for a vacation was a hymnal for my sister, so she can have more new pieces to practice and learn to play with her piano. She is very talented in music and since I am too far from learning to play the instrument, I am all out support for her. But I was surprised when I came home because all my siblings, especially my youngest brother now play piano beautifully. My young teenage brother is tech savvy and that was how he learned to play guitar fast and advance, online. And I am so glad because I just found out today a way to take his playing piano to the next level, through It has complete resources and online piano courses, piano lessons, tips and tricks and techniques, sheet music, and tutorial DVDs and videos that I found very helpful and useful. You can sign up now.

Music festival in Tagum

Mar 23, 2009 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: arts and culture, Philippines

These lights that are formed into a huge musical sign depicts the feast theme of my hometown on its “Musikahan sa Tagum”, or Music Festival in Tagum. It is also for the effort it to be the music capital in the Philippines. The festival run for several days, featuring students all over the city that are all musically talented, and the nationally award-winning musicians. It’s all about music, baby.

Mega music

Nov 2, 2007 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: India, Photography, Travels

One thing I like about India is the music. Though I don’t understand the lyrics of its local songs, the sound is universal, and I like their style, their rhythm. Hubby used to play the TV for their music every morning to awake him when he is alone, not when I was there, I love sleep, silence please.

Frontier trivia the day:

literacy in India is 79.9%.


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