“[Calling All Workers] was composed in 1940 [and] was also used as the signature tune for the once ubiquitous radio programme Music While you Work, which ran from 1940 to 1967. [...] The March was dedicated ‘to all workers’ and carries the inscription “To go to one’s work with a glad heart and to do that work with earnestness and goodwill”.”—John France on Eric Coates: Calling All Workers in British Classical Music: The Land of Lost Content.
Reminiscing ft. @CEOJowee [Prod. by @PhantomNine3]@NigelOfTheLight
NigelOfTheLight & Jowee - Reminiscing
Here is a beat I made for my homies. Pay attention to the words.
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K-On!’s story revolves around four Japanese high school girls who join Sakuragaoka Girl’s HighSchool’s light music club to try to save it from being disbanded, however, they are the only members of the club. At first Yui Hirasawa, the main character, has no experience playing musical instruments or reading sheet music, but she eventually becomes an excellent guitar player. From then on, Yui, along with bassist Mio Akiyama, drummer Ritsu Tainaka, and keyboardist Tsumugi Kotobuki spend their school days practicing, performing, and hanging out together. The club is overseen by music teacher Sawako Yamanaka, who eventually becomes their homeroom teacher as well during their final year of high school. In their second year the club welcomes another guitarist, underclassman Azusa Nakano. After Azusa joins they gain more structure and begin to practice more.
After their third year, Yui, Ritsu, Mio, and Tsumugi graduate and enroll into a university. It is there they join its light music club alongside three other students: Akira Wada, Ayame Yoshida, and Sachi Hayashi. Meanwhile, Azusa continues to run the high school light music club alongside Yui’s sister, Ui, their classmate, Jun Suzuki, and new members Sumire Saitō and Nao Okuda.
- K-on (dolphinandwhale.wordpress.com)
- Review: K-On! Volume 2 (examiner.com)
- What OtakuAnthony bought this week September 23rd (janaiblog.com)