To Honour the Day


“As a child, my mother told me lots of fairy stories, many her own invention. She, too, tended to reverse the norm”Tanith Lee


15 comments on “To Honour the Day

  1. Thanks for sharing! I never would have thought a set of glasses would sound so much like a symphony. Art is found in the most unlikely places.


  2. clarbojahn says:

    clever music. can’t tell the difference.


    • Widdershins says:

      … impressive, n’est-ce pas? … if you view it on YouTube there’s a whole lot more pieces in the sidebar. I wasted spent a goodly amount of last night listening to them!


  3. londonmabel says:

    Lovely! Merrry Sugarplum Fairy Season!


  4. The dedicated involved in finding the right amount of water for each note. A Merry Sugarplum Fairy Season to you as well! 🙂 By the way, I’ve begun a new blog. Come visit me sometime.


    • Widdershins says:

      And then, you’d just get it pitch perfect and then some bugger would come along and drink some of the water!

      I did wonder where you’d gone. Be right over!


  5. jannatwrites says:

    I’ve always like the Sugar Plum Fairy song and this was just amazing. I can’t believe they can do that with glasses! I hope you had a merry fairy day, or something like that!


  6. londonmabel says:

    Happy New Year Widdershins!


  7. pattyabr says:

    Wow what a fabulous musical presentation! Happy New Year!


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