Singing the Enhanced Community Quarantine Away (Part 2) — The Open Concavity

I thought I would share the following post from Tina who is a follower of my blog. Tina and her brother have lovely voices and they introduced me to a wonderful new song, which I have shared with family and friends alike here in Colombia to sooth these quarantine blues. Thanks Tina!

Oh well, just to use some of the spare time I have from being a homebody (due to our own version of “lockdown” in the Philippines), I sing songs whenever I am in the mood. And last week was kind of a productive week for singing for me because I sang two songs and share […]

via Singing the Enhanced Community Quarantine Away (Part 2) — The Open Concavity

“The more I live, the more I learn. The more I learn, the more I realize, the less I know.”- Michel Legrand

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7 comments on “Singing the Enhanced Community Quarantine Away (Part 2) — The Open Concavity
  1. A most enjoyable opening sequence and a lovely song!

  2. Tina Siuagan says:

    Thank you, gentlemen. I am happy that our rendition resonated to you despite the song being in a different language.

    • It was indeed a breath of fresh air! Also, it was lovely to get a glimpse of your brother and you singing and enjoying each other’s company during the quarantine. I ended up downloading the original song since I liked it so much.

  3. selizabryangmailcom says:

    They have a sweet sibling chemistry, light and joyful, that got me smiling. Hilarious when the dog started barking in take one. What a beautiful song. Makes absolutely no difference it’s in another language. Music is universal. Thanks Matt, and thanks Tina!

  4. selizabryangmailcom says:

    🙂

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