More Success for “Idiomation: Historically Speaking”

Success is many things to many people.  Maya Angelou said that success was about liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.  Richard Branson says that success is when a person is actively and practically engaged.

Elyse Bruce’s wildly successful blog “Idiomation: Historically Speaking” is a blend of both those philosophies.  To add to that, it’s always wonderful to learn that others find her Idiomation blog worth quoting.

Earlier this week, Federal News Radio 1500 AM linked to one of Idiomation’s entries (just as they did in February), and the team is delighted in Elyse’s continued success with this blog.

Whether it’s Federal News Radio 1500 AM, an author, a blogger, a university student working on a Ph.D. thesis, or someone who’s interested in the history and meaning of phrases and words,  each connection spells success, and we’re pleased to share this news with all of you.

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Black Tie Affair

This year’s Second Annual “Art From The Heart“Black Tie Affair is being held on Thursday, April 21st at Dominion Senior Living located at 1102 Medical Park Court in Sevierville (TN).  It’s an honor to be asked once again to perform a selection of classical pieces at this event.

Among the pieces will be the following:

Gymnopédie by Erik Satie
Raindrops Prélude in D flat Major, Op.28 No.15 by Frédéric Chopin
Waltz in A Flat Major, Op. 39, No. 15 by Johannes Brahms
Rondeau from Sinfonie de Fanfares by Jean-Joseph Mouret
Hornpipe from Water Music by George Frideric Handel
Golliwog’s Cakewalk from The Children’s Corner by Claude Debussy
Prélude 1 from Das Wohltemperierte Klavier I by Johann Sebastian Bach
Piano Sonata No. 14 in C Sharp Minor (Moonlight Sonata) by Ludwig von Beethoven

A number of paintings will be on display which are all “Art From The Heart” canvasses from senior artists who have painted them from the heart.