29 May 2006
This is a violin bridge
This is a violin showing the bridge and the strings.
All this to tell you KeesKennis is tone deaf, and he cannot sing at all.
Not that this stops him at all - ed
He even performs at poetry evenings -ed
Stunned SILENCES everywhere - ed
Disgrace - ed
Nevertheless, KeesKennis's beloved Mother and Father, in family tradition, sent the firstborn boy, like the sisters' preceding him, for music lessons.
I started with Piano and got chucked out.
I ended with Mr. Osche, a violin teacher.
With my Dad in tow we went for another lesson.
Of all the questions Mr. Osche asked me, I got this one right.
Oshce: How do you play G & E together.
KeesKennis: Oh that is easy, you turn the bow upside down and go underneath the strings.
Dad: Thank you Mr. Osche we will not be bothering you anymore.
As we left I heard Mr. Osche let OUT a sigh... (as dramatic as our beloved cat Babaloo, above.)
A gratuitous picture of beloved mother.
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