Olivia Masonโ€™s seventy-five comments

  • Re: Emotional Playing

    thanks to all for your patience with my daughter, olivia. she's young and got in a bit over her head, and will keep further posts and comments to music in general. more…

  • Re: Emotional Playing

    I would like to try acting in college. I guess if I have a hard time connecting with a tune I can try acting out! ๐Ÿ™‚ more…

  • Re: Emotional Playing

    I'm sorry that everything took such a turn. If I gave the impression of being a finger pointer or a Bible thumper I apologize; that is the opposite of my intent. And quoting was the wrong word, paraphrasing is better. Last thing: Everybody is entitled to ... more…

  • Re: Emotional Playing

    Thank you, Tom Connelly. And for everybody else: I was just defending my point of view to Bernie 29. Religion DOES bring up so many opinions, and I, as much as anybody, want to avoid conflict. But I think its perfectly fine to say something like that; bei... more…

  • Re: Emotional Playing

    I don't think there is anything wrong with quoting Jesus. Especially when what He said was so clearly true. more…

  • Re: Emotional Playing

    Emotions are good; they keep you from being a dull brick of a human being. Can you imagine going through life without empathy, sympathy, compassion, or love? And Jesus said that love is the most important thing, so He clearly thinks that emotion is good. ... more…

  • Re: Do Lads Love The Whistle Playing Lass?

    Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚ more…

  • Re: Emotional Playing

    "Irish traditional music is a remarkably simple form. The melodies are simple. The harmonies are trivial. The rhythms are limited. But it is the simplicity of the form that makes it so amazingly expressive. There is tremendous room for expression within t... more…

  • Re: Do Lads Love The Whistle Playing Lass?

    Gordon Ramsay is the manliest of men! Maybe not a looker, but no girl of sense can resist a man who knows his mind and doesn't take crap from anybody. more…

  • Re: Emotional Playing

    I agree, one of the tunes I can't seem to emotionally connect with is "Britches Full of Stitches" . . . more…