Cynthia's S910 Jukebox
(See MP3 listing below for downloads or comments.)
(July, 2010) I was born in December, four days after Christmas, and for the first couple of years this was my story when the teacher asked! And after all these years, I often forget my birthday so maybe this is still not a bad answer. For most of my school years we moved around the Maritimes. Then I got married in 1962 and moved across Canada but never back to the Maritimes, darn it. Ah well, tis life and romance. We have two children and four grandchildren.
The one constant in my life, besides my hubby, has been my love of music. Being self taught, it has its ups and downs. Traveling around the country, I taught all elementary grades 1 through 7 and often was called on to teach music appreciation as a subject, which was a challenge, especially with grade 7 children, but I loved it. Returning to University, as a mature student, in the 1970’s, I became involved with adult learning and eventually became national President for part-time students. In those days, the concept of a lifetime of learning was a new idea. As a fund raiser at our local university, we had a week of a tea garden for a number of years and, with no music, I provided it will my little Kimbal. Everyone seemed to enjoy it. It was unimaginable then the changes in technology we have today with a machine like the PSR-S910. Eventually, I completed my degree and continue that life time of learning today with my Yamaha.
For a short while in Vancouver, I taught organ in a Gulbransen store. I really enjoyed seeing the adults learn to play and my teaching helped me purchase my Gulbransen. After a few more moves, we landed back to Manitoba and have settled down here because both our children live in Winnipeg. Tack on a few more years and arthritis has taken hold with a vengeance, so I moved to Yamahas as I can no longer play the pedals. And here I am enjoying chatting with so many folks that obviously love music as much as I do. My hat goes out to Joe for providing a place for us to meet.
This first set of midis is simply melodies I really love. For me, melody is everything. Add some harmony and it can’t be beat.
You can download all of Cynthia's MIDI songs here: CC-91.zip.
|Aren't You Glad You're You||100||4/4||N||Y||02||91|
|Do Nothing Til You Hear From Me||82||4/4||N||Y||MidnightSwing||02||91|
|House Of The Rising Sun||53||4/4||N||Y||BlueberryBlues||01||91|
|How Come You Do Me||120||4/4||N||Y||8Beat||02||91|
|If I Had My Life To Live Over Again||98||3/4||N||Y||02||91|
|I'll Follow The Sun||125||4/4||N||Y||02||91|
|I'm Getting Sentimental Over You||82||4/4||N||Y||MidnightSwing||02||91|
|Let There Be Peace On Earth||61||3/4||N||Y||GospelSisters||01||91|
|Little Ole Wine Drinker Me||86||4/4||N||Y||02||91|
|Take Me Home Country Road||102||4/4||N||Y||CountryHits||01||91|
|Where Is Love||100||4/4||N||Y||Cool8Beat||02||91|
Recent songs are in the Jukebox above. All of Cynthia's MP3s are listed below alphabetically. Click on the song title to download the song.
Alley Cat (PSR-S910) 9/25/2010
Around The World (PSR-S910) 9/25/2010
Brasilia (PSR-S910) 9/25/2010
Eleanor Rigby (PSR-S910) 9/25/2010
Kalinka (PSR-S910) 7/30/2010
Midnight Cowboy (PSR-S910) 7/30/2010
The Naughty Lady Of Shady Lane (PSR-S910) 7/30/2010
New Orleans (PSR-S910) 10/1/2010
On The Street Where You Live (PSR-S910) 10/1/2010
Put Your Hand In The Hand (PSR-S910) 7/30/2010
Snowbird (PSR-S910) 7/30/2010
Speak Softly Love (PSR-S910) 7/30/2010
Tijuana Taxi (PSR-S910) 7/30/2010
What's New Pussycat (PSR-S910) 10/1/2010