A dose of George’s Marvellous Medicine that I love playing with my friend Fiona because it makes us laugh so much.
Beethoven’s first piano concerto has a cheerfully syncopated rhythm that brings a smile to one of my regular readers, and made me happy today.
The ‘manically joyful’ last movement of Vierne’s Symphnony No1 for organ, chosen by my son who can’t do any organ practice at the moment.
I would go out tonight but ….
Some gloriously bonkers Brahms to cheer me up because it’s Monday and I should be out with my friends at choir.
For Mothering Sunday, it’s my Mum’s choice on the happiness playlist – Handel’s Coronation Anthem ‘Zadok the Priest’.
We went for a longish drive up to Hadrian’s Wall today, so today’s happy tune is one that reminds of childhood car journeys.
‘The House of the Mind’ by Howells radiates a calm joy that’s just as necessary as the bounciness.