A Little Music for a Sunday Evening

There haven’t been many posts of late in the Glover Gardens Cookbook.

The entire household has been in a bit of a frenzy this spring: finalizing the college decision for our remaining millennial in the house, celebrating the Eagle Scout Court of Honor for said millennial, preparing a speech for an industry conference related to my day job, and starting to recover from the damage done at Glover Gardens by last week’s storm.

There’s been little time for cooking and even less for blogging.  We can see the light at the end of the tunnel, though.  For one thing, the college decision is made!  He will be attending the University of Texas at Austin’s Butler School of Music, studying Jazz Composition and doing his best to live up to the requirements of a hefty scholarship.  Woohoo!!!

A view of the Rockies from Jefferson

For your Sunday evening listening pleasure, here is one of the recordings that was used for the college auditions.  The group that’s playing is called The Millennial Quartet, and the other three young men are also entering college fall to study music. The tune is an original  composed by my son (the keyboard player), named Jefferson after a hamlet in Colorado, where we have a small cabin that we call Little House in the Rockies.  The nature and views are truly inspirational.  Click the arrow on the picture below to view the recording.

You’ll probably see a lot more of these kinds of posts as we begin to spend time in the state’s capital and enjoy the vibrant and diverse arts and music scene.

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