Tuesday, March 24

Music To My Ears

So I finally secured and accepted, committed to - what have you not, a new job.
It is music to my ears!
The people I work with seem to be truthful, dedicated and open to creative input, and so on.
So yes, I am excited.
Their pay is not exuberant, but the schedule is totally fair, so I will still be able to do other things (like music and sculpture) on the side.
Just installed a new rack above the piano in the studio to hang up instruments. We'll see how that goes.
Be well all. Beware, my posts will become sluggish in the near future, sentiments will focus on personal things at hand and not this blog (unless I get whiled up and feel the urge to talk anyway...).
Will still visit my favorite blogs now and then, don't worry!
Cheers, Zee.


15 comments:

Aggie said...

Congrats! I'm thrilled for you. The music room looks very neat and tidy. We will wait to hear how it is all going for you. Good luck!

Zee said...

You haven't seen my floor and my dirty windows Aggie - but I will make progress eventually. I guess they call it spring cleaning here...

susan said...

Sounds good. I hope all goes well.

Seraphine said...

congratulations zee!
may the people you work with feed your creativity.
i know they will love yours.
and you have beautiful instruments. i love the different woods.
i think they must be instruments of joy in your hands.

advertisno said...

Hurray you are the best ;)

Before Sunrise said...

Sounds like a good job! Good luck :)

Zee said...

Thanks to you all for all the good wishes!!!!

gfid said...

sounds like the dream job. much congratio! i'm looking with envious eyes at the fiddles... that electric one on the end.... a yamaha?
looking forward to hearing how the new job goes.

Zee said...

Dream job my ass, Gfiddler - but it looks promising.
Yes, the far left is a Yamaha (a superb baby) and the one next to it is a piece of shit from China, but it has six strings, was cheap - and that's why I bought it.
I haven't even tried it out yet. Need to get some decent strings first; and they will be more expensive than the fiddle I purchased in the first place. But so it goes...

Gr├Ąddelina said...

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

:-)

Gr├Ąddelina said...

be careful with Your expressions online ... so You don't lose Your work ... as many does, nowadays

lindsaylobe said...

good for you Zee - music to our ears - keep us posted.
best wishes

gfid said...

i tell my students not to buy chinese violins.... so few are worth the cost of a set of cheap strings. i'm curious what kind of strings you like.... i recommend Dominant to my students, but like Pirastro for myself when i'm feeling flush.

Zee said...

Yes, GFID - I do prefer Pirastro also, either Olive or Gold ... depends on the instrument. But they are so darn expensive!
Dominant are good strings though, and they seem to last longer than the Pirastro's. I string my electric violins with them.

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