A to Z 2013: Classical Music!

Yup, folks, it’s that time again — the A to Z Blogging Challenge! The idea is to simply blog each day in April on a certain topic (excluding Sundays), using the letters of the alphabet as your guide. This year, my theme will be Classical Music. I’m not taking any particularly organized approach here; I’ll just be posting twenty-six different works with a few notes on each. Some will be very well-known to me; some will be very well-known in general. And some will be entirely new to me, which is exciting. (And yes, for long-time readers, some may well have been used in Something for Thursday installments. I’m not searching my archives for each piece as I go.)

The idea? Not to educate or evangelize, just to share a lot of music that I love or might love. (Or hate, if I choose something that makes me crazy.) I had a lot of fun with last year’s A-to-Z Challenge, so I hope I can have similar fun this year. (And hey, if you want to do your own A-to-Z, go ahead and sign up! There’s still time. More the merrier!)

By the way, Something for Thursday will continue to exist this month, but I’ll lay off the classical music for that feature until May. So in general, expect this blog to have a more musical air about it this coming month!

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4 Responses to A to Z 2013: Classical Music!

  1. Unknown says:

    Hi, I saw you on the A to Z Challenge site and your are one in front of me (one2onewithlife.blogspot.co.uk) on the participant list. So I'll be checking in with you each day as per the rules! Looking forward to your musical musings. Good luck with the challenge.

  2. Kelly Sedinger says:

    Welcome aboard! (I still need to visit other blogs for this….)

  3. Roger Owen Green says:

    TOONZ! Can't wait.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Looking forward to your A to Z posts on classical music, should be fun and instructive. I tend to hang out maybe too much on writing blogs. Altho my A to Z is Food. ;-D

    Creative Fog
    #1513 [currently, it shifts as people drop out]

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