Quote of the Week "People err who think my art..."

“People err who think my art comes easily to me. I assure you, dear friend, nobody has devoted so much time and thought to composition as I. There is not a famous master whose music I have industriously studied through many times.”  
- Mozart in a letter to a friend


Quote of the Week "Setting goals for significant..."

“Setting goals for significant accomplishments you want to achieve in your life, both personal and professional accomplishments, costs you nothing. Failure to set them can cost you plenty. You are smack in the middle of the only life your going to have. You can choose to succeed, or choose to drift; having goals makes the difference.”  
-Alec Mackenzie


Video of the Week: Natalie Merchant on TED

I stumbled upon this video this week and was so excited to see that Natalie Merchant was working on a new project.  At a February 2010 TED Talk, she sang from her new album, Leave Your Sleep. For the past five years, Merchant has been researching, writing and recording a collection of songs adapted from near-forgotten 19th-century works of classic and contemporary poets.  This is such a unique work and performance.  Enjoy!

"I’ve always considered it a great privilege to be a musician, I’ve never lost sight of that."  ~Natalie Merchant


Quote of the Week "Our doubts are traitors..."

"Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt."  



Quote of the Week "Don't mistake movement for..."

“Don’t mistake movement for achievement. It’s easy to get faked out by being busy. The question is: Busy doing what?”
– Jim Rohn


Easter Songs & Activities for Children

Happy Easter Everyone!  I hope your Easter weekend has been a great one.  Looking for an Easter song or activity to share with the little ones in your life?  Check out this video from Cullen's ABC's.  Enjoy!

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