Sunday, November 2, 2008

Autumn Wind

Lissa wrote this song called Autumn Wind for the Reflections competition for her school. She is very gifted at making up songs. Now if we could only get her spend as much time practicing her recital pieces as she does making stuff up :)

11 comments:

Jenny said...

What a little Mozart! Here sits one impressed aunt.

olderockhouse said...

Lissa I loved that! Way to be your own composer! I think you should keep doing that and tell your piano teacher to stuff sand and let you play your own pieces for a recital. (if it's someone I know, don't tell her I told you to say that heh heh!)

Katie said...

YAY CLARISSA!!! I clapped and "bravoed" did you hear me?? That was way awesome. Who would have thought our little Lissa would be such a star, such a fabuloso musician. Seriously, way to go. Will you write me one now? I mean, I'm at least as neat as Autumn Wind right?

Katie said...

oh and edith - to answer your question - yes, they did get the frisbee. only as a side note. later as we were walking back we saw the frisbee on the edge of the lake within reaching distance.

kate said...

oooh! that was fabulous! you will win for sure!!

Mom & Dad said...

Thanks so much dear Lissa and your sound manager! I love it. And I second Aunt Wendy's suggestion. Ask Sr. Montgomery if you can play it for your recital. You could play some other composer's stuff for one of your pieces, but you can compose so well you ought to also be able to perform your own work for a larger audience.

victoria said...

Wow, Lissa! That was great! The girls kept asking to see it again. Wonderful job. Can't wait to hear your next composition.

Jennifer said...

She's good!!! Dallin likes to do that too. I'll have to show him this video. I hear there's a computer program that you can somehow print up the music you compose. I'll look into it and let you know.

Katie said...

standing O

J to the oey said...

Sorry, that last comment was from me.
Way to go Lissa.

Sarah C. said...

I don't know how I missed this blog! I'm just seeing it now for the first time, plus about 5 others. Way to go Lissa. I've always thought she was good! And smart and fun too!