Like most you who are viewing this blog post, I also love this song. I requested my daughter to learn this song so I can enjoy listening to her daily practice. I remember well the night she recorded this video. Thank you Jade! You always touch my soul when you play piano.
This is a video of Mei’s first ever Spring Gala with Pacific Ballet Conservatory back in June 2015. She’s the little flower at the right end of the screen. Enjoy!
TIME TO FORGET
Recorded:January 29, 2014
The story of my life’s Les Misérables…
I first learned about this musical when I was a sophomore back in high school. Each class was to perform a broadway musical presentation and our class picked Les Miserables. I played Cosette. It was a memorable day…. too bad we didn’t have a video camera then. Find me on the photo below…
During those younger years, I never heard about Les Mis before and I only knew and heard songs from The Sound of Music, Grease, and Cats. It was during these years when my passion for music was at it’s best.
University of the Philippines Integrated School – 9 Silver (1990)
I took voice lessons since I was 8 and it was during my early teens in 1989 was when I first attempted to audition for a musical and sang On My Own (from Les Mis) and I Still Believe (from Miss Saigon)
In 2001, my husband and I watched Les Misérables at the Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco. Once the orchestra started playing their ensemble, I had tears in my eyes. Literally, tears pouring down my cheeks. It was a dream come true.
At present, as a mother who loves this production, I have greatly influenced my “almost” 8-year-old daughter and she can now sing most of the songs from this musical. Now I have to work on my 13-month-old 🙂
Here’s my daughter singing Castle on a Cloud (2010)
I can’t wait to see this movie and own a DVD. I am proud to be a Les Miz fan!
Break… break… break from photography and cooking.
Spring recital 2011 she was 7 years old and played “The Skaters’ Waltz” by Emile Charles Waldteufel.
Awesome melody to my proud Momma ears. Hard-work and perseverance are what it takes to enjoy this kind of performance at home. I am glad and really overjoyed that my baby loves her music.
Break from cooking…
This song was played by my daughter during her nightly piano practice. It’s a joy listening to how well she has developed her skills over the years.
I hope you enjoy this simple song as much as I did.
I am featuring my nephew’s high school band called FRIDAY SICKNESS. They started this band by themselves and once in a while, my nephew share some news about their new songs, their gigs and their videos. I totally support them for being so musical because I am a lover of music myself. I may not be able to understand the type of songs they write because of generation gap but this particular song I posted sounded very inspiring to me.
If you would like to know more about Friday Sickness, you can visit their Fan Page on Facebook.
The following are the band members:
Vocalist – Angelo Suni (he’s my nephew)
Rhythm Guitarist -Proibel Asi
Lead Guitarist – Jason Paala
Bassist – Cedrick Albuen
Drummer – Mark Vidses Pagaduan
If you like their song, feel free to leave a comment and that will help their band gain more attention online. Watch out for more songs in the future!