Happy Good Friday!! I wasn’t able to record today since I’ve been out all day, so I decided I’d share a little photo (featuring a belt as a rock stop, recommended a while ago by my friend and which works surprisingly well)! I sang and played today at my aunt’s church, and then we went out to eat afterwards. Thus, I still had my cello. When I went to store it in a spare room for storage that hardly anyone went into, the one employee asked me if I was going to play. I said I’d love to. She asked the manager if I could, and she said yes!
It was a very cool experience to play some worship songs for them, and some people came by and gave me tips or told me they loved that I played during dinner and it was a nice touch. I loved it so much, and I am going to play some more at my church soon. I hope you all have an amazing Easter!
Week 1, Day 2: Allemande || Over the next 30 days, I’ll be learning the 6th Bach Cello Suite and documenting my progress here! This first week is devoted to planning out my fingerings/bowings for each movement. Yesterday, I worked on the Prelude - today, I’ll tackle the Allemande. Join me live at 5pm EST on Facebook for the first half of the Allemande, and then here for the second half 😊