Gabriel Fauré – Mi-a-ou
April 8, 2012
— classical, sunday
This song is rated: 1 Pill – entry-level for music novices
Happy Easter Sunday! Dr. cheerlubber here.
Since it’s Sunday, we’re gonna do something a little different here. I know this post is a bit late in the day, but what better Sunday to start the tradition than Easter Sunday? I think you’ll come to find as we post more and more that whenever I post it’ll be a wildcard. I’ve got…an eclectic taste in music, I s’pose you could say, just because I like so many different genres. On Sundays I’m going to start providing some more easy listening for your ears since I’m a huge fan of classical music, and I always like to dedicate my Sundays to listening solely to classical. The rap, electro, rock, and pop can come elsewhere in the week.
Today’s track is by the French composer Gabriel Fauré from his Dolly Suite. Whuzzerface and I were actually just attempting a piano duet of this song earlier today and I happen to have a lovely version arranged for orchestra as well. I figured this sweet little tune would be perfect for a relaxing Easter Sunday. Enjoy!