Monday, March 22, 2010

Musical Monday :)

Kendall performed at solo and ensemble last weekend. We're so proud of her; a freshman, tackling this Class A (most difficult) solo, in Italian, no less! Here she is, singing Tu Lo Sai...





The barbershop quartet was a slightly-bumpy blend of four beautiful voices, but again, freshmen girls teaching themselves a barbershop number? Those girls are go-getters; I can't wait to see what they come up with next! :)

If you like music and are hungry for more, visit Kazzy and listen to her wonderful Musical Monday!

23 comments:

  1. Thanks for the shout out, 4 square. :)

    Kendall did a great job! I did an Italian piece for Solo and Ensemble in high school too.

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  2. Wow, I'm jealous of her mad skillz. Nicely done!

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  3. She has a very sweet voice. Thanks for sharing it.

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  4. Wow she did a great job...very impressed!

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  5. Sweet voice. Sounds like the freshmen girls are self motivated, so good for them.

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  6. Um...WOW! I am super-impressed!

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  7. That's awesome! I love hearing talent like that, especially in someone so young!

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  8. She did this most difficult number proud. I'm impressed that a Freshman would even attempt this. I had to giggle at her little eye~roll at the end of the number! Sooo cute. Now give her a big old two thumbs up from the gal down on the Ponderosa!

    God bless ya and had a great week!!!

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  9. Beautiful girl! Beautiful voice! :)

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  10. I have NO musical talent WHATSOEVER. But I think she's fantastic and especially at that age. What a future she has!!

    I'm sure you're as proud of her as I think you are, and she didn't even appear to be nervous.

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  11. Amazing! Will we see her on American Idol in a few years?

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  12. So cute! (She looks just like you)

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  13. Awesome! She is BEAUTIFUL!!!! So is her voice!

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  14. Oh that's lovely! I like her shirt, too. Congrats to Kendall, and I hope she enjoys the next ones to come, too.

    And ummm me being me, I was distracted by all the stuff on the whiteboard. That's just sad, isn't it?

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  15. I have trouble turning on the radio, so I am doubly impressed! She is not only talented, but brave.

    Letting you know I posted the Root Beer recipe late yesterday (3/21) if you are interested. It is a lot of fun.

    Have a good week! Go easy on those kids.;-)

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  16. I'm loving the "Quadratic Web" info in the background...

    I so remember Solo and Ensemble!! In a weird way, I miss it.

    She did a great job! Lots of hard work and practice pay off!

    I still have my medals and scoring sheets from my S&E days...

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  17. Everyone has alrady said it, she sounds wonderful! :)

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  18. Besides learning a song of different language, it was done well. You must be proud of her. Now for the piano player.....


    It's an exciting time for her and YOU.

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  19. Wow, great job Kendall, that gave me goose bumps:)

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  20. Kendall sounded even better AFTER I turned on the volume. You have a mighty talented daughter, Mrs. 4444's.

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  21. Wow! What talent! Plus she's very pretty.

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