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A conductor is born.....

(8 Posts)
grannyactivist Sun 09-Mar-14 16:48:26

If you want a little something to brighten your day, this is quite lovely.

Mishap Sun 09-Mar-14 17:00:37

How lovely! Thank you for posting that.

Not that the day needed brightening! - what amazing weather! GC have been in the garden in the nude playing in the sand pit and with bowls of water.

ninathenana Sun 09-Mar-14 17:23:39

OMG, I was expecting something similar to DD when she used to stand in front of TV for 'Sons of Praise' aged about 4. But she seemed so serious and determined.
Quiet delightful smile

ninathenana Sun 09-Mar-14 17:26:37

I have just sent her the link. Asking if it brought back memories grin

janerowena Sun 09-Mar-14 21:28:06

So sweet - we have a little conductor at our choir. Her daddy is our choirmaster (her mummy is a soprano so she has to come along as well until she starts school) and she copies him. She is three and already plays the piano, she knows when a section sounds bad and often tells the basses off!

But that little toddler is more graceful than our Millie.

Eloethan Sun 09-Mar-14 23:22:23


grannyactivist Mon 10-Mar-14 14:13:24

My mother in law is a conductor/pianist and is recovering from an operation on her hand at the moment. Only time will tell if she will play again (the early signs look good), but she has learned to play with one hand for rehearsals and somehow is still managing to conduct. I sent her the link to cheer her up.

merlotgran Mon 10-Mar-14 15:22:33

Amazing! I just love the way she walks off, picking her nose, at the end.

Lovely choir.