May has five Fridays, and June will be full of extra travel, so I’m getting a head start on our June pieces.
I love the hymn, “I love to tell the story.” It makes me think of small country churches and dusty hymnals. Hymnals should be a thing again. Bring back the hymnal! Down with projected words on the screen! Yes, you may all get off my lawn.
We’re coming up to The Great War, so I picked “It’s a Long Way to Tipperary.” Not so much a folk song as a dance hall song that the soldiers adopted. Here’s a history of how that came to be. (Full disclosure, I decided on this song after remembering a line that Spike in Buffy the Vampire Slayer said.) Lyrics are here. There is also an American adaption that says, “Goodbye to Staten Island, Farewell Times Square.
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We’re still listening to Mark O’Connor’s seasons. Here’s Fall. It’s lovely.
I thought this was great: he has a free download of the orchestral score on his website.
Next by Edouard Manet, the Fifer. It’s at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris, so no chance of seeing the real thing. Bummer. It is striking, isn’t it?
Happy early June!