This six-minute excerpt from one of six lectures Leonard Bernstein held at Harvard called "The Unanswered Question" in the fall of 1973 stands as one of the most succinct explanations of the evolution of harmony into what it has become.
To help get you through the mid-week slump, take a listen to the treasure trove of curated playlists the BBC Music Magazine team created that help them focus when facing the endless distractions of working from home.
I was listening to this great tune in my kitchen and I noticed there was a great part for the salt shaker. It was only a matter of time before the girls and I orchestrated our own family jam along with homemade instruments!
I found “Stand By Me” to be a great song to play along with because it’s got a steady groove throughout, but also some standout parts (yeah, violin solos!) The lyrics can also remind us that even though we are physically apart, music can bring us together in our community as we stand by each other in spirit.
Our instrumentation included:
• A tissue box with rubber bands
• A salt container
• A glass mason jar and baby spoon
• Paper towel tubes as violins with a chopstick/ paintbrush as a bow
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