Melody,Merry Christmas! That YouTube channel with the piano sheet music has the song from Miss Potter "When You Taught Me How to Dance". I thought you might be interested in it.http://youtu.be/np2JW7XZ5v0
Oh! Thank you, Miss Lizzy! I love this YouTube channel and check it oftenish, but I might not have noticed this for a while! I'll have to print it out and see if I can play any of it. =) I like this song. Thank you!And Merry Christmas!P.S. Have you attempted any of the songs? Little Dorrit is very fun, and tolerably easy. =)
Melody,You're welcome! I tried My Father's Favorite, but could only do one measure with both hands (on treble clef I could do the song: I used to play the flute, so I'm very comfortable with treble clef). I think that YouTube channel is still a little advanced for me (I'm still a beginner), but I hope to be able to play their songs soon.
Well, My Father's Favorite is actually quite difficult! Little Dorrit has a much easier left hand, because it's sort of a repeating pattern and easy to memorize.I also did Marianne's song from the 2008 S&S about a year ago, but I think that's harder than LD.I still haven't learned all of My Father's Favorite. I know more than a page though! But it is rather challenging.
Melody,I just looked at the music for Marianne's song from 2008 S&S recently. I'm not quite sure, but it might look promising! I may attempt it. I learned part of the Little Dorrit theme with the right hand, but didn't have very much success with the left hand; that was quite a while ago that I attempted it, so I may take another try at it. Have you tried any of the other songs that were fairly easy?
Hello Melody!How fun that you found my blog backgrounds blog! :) Well, as for pale pink with a small fabric print, I do not have anything quite like that... I have pale pink fabric print, and I have small fabric print, but not a combination. Offhand I am recollecting a pale pink background with cherry blossoms in a vase in the "Mulberry & Grape" set, but I wasn't extremely thrilled with how that came out.However, I have been wanting to make some more backgrounds and I will make sure that a pale pink small fabric print is among the next batch! I'll let you know when I post it. Any other details your friend might like in her background? Roses, a chandelier, etc? Cupcakes? I have a lot of different elements available to design with. :DBlessings,Julia
Congratulations! I really love your blog, you write such interesting posts! I also love all things vintage and antique and that old fashioned charm every single Jane Austen books have. Greetings from a portuguese fan (excuse my english...)Luh
Luh,Thank you for your comment! I was happy to hear from you. I'm glad you enjoy my blog.
Oh, Miss Bennet, I never answered you! I think Little Dorrit and Marianne's song were the two easiest out of the ones I've tried. Haha, except for the one-handed part of the Emma 'The Seaside' duet! If you can get someone to play the left side part! ;-)
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