A few final lessons from the last few days attempts at something akin to music:
- It’s really tough to tune these little suckers but it helps to have all the same shape and size of glass for each octave or progression of notes.
- Fingers will get pruney with prolonged practice.
- The sounds produced by an amateur aren’t so much music as a cross between a 1st year violin recital and whale’s calls.
I had a little fun with the audio file… Feel free to laugh–we did!
This performance was brought to you (unofficially) by Lay’s Honey Barbecue Chips and Doves Promises (the last one of which read “It’s okay to NOT do everything”… it’s like it KNEW I’d be the one to get it).
Now to finish my glass of ChocoVine.
(and if the player doesn’t want to work, click here for waterglasses)
5 thoughts on “Pruney Fingers Performance”
Wow. It actually sounds a lot like a strings instrument! What an fun adventure. Well done!
awwwk! I lost you!! Now you’re found. 🙂 Now I have to catch up….
well, you did alright, cuz guess what? I played it for my kids and all 3 recognized it…so, there’s that…nothing tells the truth like little kids.
Not bad!! I like the voice over at the end. Hehehe. Mmm, Chocovine sounds good.