I’m going to compose a piano piece based on each of the 31 Proverbs in the Bible.
You can read more of my thoughts on starting this challenge over on my blog.
Now that I’m half way through the challenge, I paused to reflect on what I’ve learned so far: Half Way to 31.
|January 17: Proverbs 17: Crown to the Aged||January 18: Proverbs 18: Lips||January 19: Proverbs 19: Shunned by Relatives|
|January 20: Proverbs 20: Lamp of the Lord||January 21: Proverbs 21: The Horse Prepared||January 22: Proverbs 22: Reward for Humility and Fear|
|January 23: Proverbs 23: My Inmost Being Will Rejoice||January 24: Proverbs 24: Like a Kiss||January 25: Proverbs 25: Cloudy Skies and Wind that Produce No Rain|
|January 26: Proverbs 26: Snow in Summer||January 27: Proverbs 27: Dripping Contentious Wife||January 28: Proverbs 28: Understanding Justice|
|January 29: Proverbs 29: Angry Person Stirs Up Dissension||January 30: Proverbs 30: Three, No Wait, Four||January 31: Proverbs 31: I Found Her|
By Mary Bruns January 8, 2015 - 2:53 pm
I just enjoyed a few peaceful, refreshing moments listening to Proverbs 2: If You Accept.
Thank you! Keep up the good work.
By Barb January 30, 2015 - 2:57 pm
I love that the Contentious Wife is a dissonant treble note! May I never be that note! Very nice work here. Some of these beg to be set to the lyrics they were inspired by. Others are lovely expressions without needing words at all. Congrats on this work!