Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Vintage Suitcase and Sheet Music


Clara called and asked if I could go up to her room and find a Brahms Sonata in E Minor in "one of the vintage suitcases."

Stop right there. How many degrees of awesome is she? Who has vintage suitcases full of cello music anyway?

Only the *most* awesome.

10 comments:

rbjaneite said...

*So* many degrees of awesome!

Lilian said...

I'm in love with vintage suitcases. Unfortunately I think so is everyone else so I've never been able to get one at a price that I'm happy with. And I would say amen to your declaration that your Clara is awesome.

fGs said...

Like mother like daughter. Give Clara our best.

Anonymous said...

Once upon a time in the days before cheap, mass-produced goods, it was very common for households to have old suitcases and trunks of well-seasoned leather that had belonged to grandma or grandpa, hat boxes too and they were often used to store things.

Karla A. said...

Precious! How is college going for her, so far?

Anna said...

Wonderful, thanks for asking!

Heather said...

very classy!

Polly said...

That type of Awesome is generational!

LISA said...

And I thought we were the only family with five children musicians and vintage suitcases full of sheet music. Hope all is well at college, music is a demanding major, but she will do well I'm sure.

Martina said...

How awesome to play this wonderful Brahms Sonata!! Perfect age to study it, also. It will stay with her all her life, and there will always be something new to discover.

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