A Brief Musical Interlude

India Gala 2014 MaryNext month is April Fools, with Roxy Mews, S.L. Carpenter, newcomer Kayleigh Malcolm and me up to our usual April 1 hijinks. I’ll have more on my offering, Cin Wikkid (including a great blog tour giveaway), later this month.

But for now, I thought you might enjoy a bit of fun with music.

(Warning: the following links are to audio files.)

I’m also a flute player, trained classical. Anybody remember the Masterpiece Theater theme? http://www.flautstreicher.com/music/01%20rondeau.mp3

How about this? (hint, it’s not really about putting risqué underwear in the dryer): http://www.flautstreicher.com/music/06%20aironagstring.mp3

This is my hubby’s favorite (tongue firmly in cheek. He’ll sometimes start this in the wrong key just to watch my face when I come in and sound out of tune like pickles on pizza): http://www.flautstreicher.com/music/13%20pachelbel.mp3

And of course, no interlude would be complete without this: http://www.flautstreicher.com/music/23%20chickendance.mp3

What’s your favorite music?

More on April Fools For Love here.

About Mary Hughes

Who am I? A lover of stories that crackle with action and love. A mother, a flutist, a binge-TV-watcher of NCIS, Sherlock, and Agents of SHIELD. Most of all, a believer in grand passion. Mary's online and would love to hear from you! Website http://www.maryhughesbooks.com/ Blog http://maryhughesbooks.blogspot.com/ Group Blog http://www.lustwithalaugh.com/ Group Blog http://magicalmusings.com/ Facebook http://www.facebook.com/MaryHughesAuthor Twitter http://www.twitter.com/MaryHughesBooks Newsletter signup http://www.maryhughesbooks.com/index.html#MHNewsletter
This entry was posted in Mary's Posts and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

7 Responses to A Brief Musical Interlude

  1. Edie Ramer says:

    Mary, I just listened to all of the interludes. Nice way to start off my writing day. 🙂

    When I was a young mom, I took guitar lessons for a year. I’ve thought about learning how to play keyboard. My fingers are so short that I think it’s the best way for me to go, and playing an instrument is good for the brain. I’d also like to take dancing lessons and cooking lessons. All I need is time…

    • Mary Hughes says:

      Oh, guitar and piano are wonderful instruments! You can play lovely melodies and harmonies. Dancing and cooking lessons sound like fun, too. I hear you about time, though 🙂

  2. Mary Hughes says:

    LOL! Well, if you ever want to try one before you buy, I can loan you ours.
    Mary Hughes`s last blog was …March 1T Status Update — It was all about the story

Comments are closed.