Posts Tagged ‘music’

Musical Psychoanalysis

Can easily sit at the piano for hours and play. It relaxes. Soothes. Clears my mind.

Yet, dozens upon dozens of sheet music sit on the piano, half-learned. Have become quite adept at flitting from song to song. Quickly obsessed. Then, easily bored. A Sagittarius trait, yes. Not proud of it.

Cannot sit for hours and learn a song. Properly. The way I used to. Memorize a song? Forget it.

Repetition is… repetitious.

No wonder I kicked ass in school; discipline & memorization skills were in overdrive. Now, on a semi-permanent vacay. Stretched out on a beach, languishing in the heat.

Contradict it with – when I love a song, I love it for life.

So, what I’m saying is…you need to be extra-special to hold my attention.

Hmm, a parallel can be drawn somewhere.


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One of my absolute favourite songs. To play. To listen.

Fell in love when I first heard it in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, sung by the fairest lady of all – Audrey Hepburn. Recorded for Mother’s Day last year.

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