Day 21 — Share Your Music:  30 Days, 30 Songs

Short admin note – Dear Readers, it seems that my comments on people’s posts have been going to spam.  I’m not ignoring you.  I also understand that some of my music videos for this challenge have been unavailable.  This has also happened to other participants of the music challenge.  They can still be found with an internet search.  My apologies though as I know this is a hassle.

Back to the post.

I have yet another instrumental piece lined up.  It is Alesa Lajana playing The Briezh/The Seagull.  This is from her first album, Home Calling.  Her follow-up album seems to be more banjo and singing.  Not that there is anything wrong with the banjo.

The wonderful Sarah of Art Expedition is hosting 30 Days, 30 Songs for the month of June. You can see her latest post here.  It is not too late to join in the challenge.  Casual players welcome.

Kind Regards.
Tracy.

13 thoughts on “A Wee Tune

  1. This is beautiful Tracy, and another artist I was unaware of, but now want to find out more about. Thank you!!
    I have checked my spam folder, and thankfully found none of your comments there.

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  2. A beautiful song Tracy and I hope your comments will be fine to post again soon 💜 The same thing happened with me and it took a couple of days to sort out. There seem to be some glitches with the system.

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  3. I have checked my spam folder, and there were 3 comments and a few posts from you there. I have no idea why you ended up there. Sarah told me the same thing happened with one post of mine. I think it is related to the YouTube and Spotify links we are using, although I can’t confirm this.
    Thanks for introducing me to Alesa Lajana, another artist discovery for me.

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  4. The issue of the videos is that looney idea Youtube have of working by geographical regions, so some videos are restricted to those regions. Crazy. I loved this piece, that Maton sounds fab.

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