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“Put a picture of yourself as a child in view somewhere, to remind yourself to be playful” —Alexandra Stoddard

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Remind Me poster 1

Remind me
Unforgettable
Baby grand

I always cling to things that remind me of being a kid again ―Melanie Martinez

Remind Me Spirou

Jazz me now
Before I forget
We unfold

It is good a philosopher should remind himself, now and then, that he is a particle pontificating on infinity —Ariel Durant

Remind Me bear

Remind me
Sharps and flats at once
Both belong

I keep reminding people that an editorial in rhyme is not a song. A good song makes you laugh, it makes you cry, it makes you think —Pete Seeger

Remind Me pup

Play with me
Our duets forget
Feeling old

Reminding myself that I have a tailbone keeps me in check —Tig Notaro

Remind Me robot 1

Stay with me
Jam on my fingers
Sticky songs

All that a critic, as critic, can give poets is the deadly encouragement that never ceases to remind them of how heavy their inheritance is —Harold Bloom

Remind Me cowboy boot

They stretch me
Your pedals a mile
From my soles

Music continues to remind me that its boundaries are limitless —Haley Reinhart

Remind Me kayak

I’m smiling
So I’ll remember
Songs yet young

I occasionally play works by contemporary composers and for two reasons. First to discourage the composer from writing any more and secondly to remind myself how much I appreciate Beethoven —Jascha Heifetz

Remind Me mask

Spellbind me
So we can forget
Feeling old

We always need little reminders that it’s gonna be all good —Andy Grammer

Remind Me frog

On baby
Grand piano jazz
Made my bones

Jazz music is America’s past and its potential, summed up and sanctified and accessible to anybody who learns to listen to, feel, and understand it. The music can connect us to our earlier selves and to our better selves-to-come. It can remind us of where we fit on the time line of human achievement, an ultimate value of art —Wynton Marsalis

Remind Me poster 2

The sometimes literally starving artist admits having come close, more than once in his long career, to trading his treasured old piano for toast and jam. Yet, in his golden age, he and his jazz playmate still jam together. This series toasts that unforgettable baby grand.

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  1. Pointe shoes
    grand jete
    over minor keys

    March 23, 2022

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