Friday, September 26, 2008

Band Books Week: Celebrating the Freedom to Reed


It's that time of year again. Fall has begun and the scent of band books is in the air. Tomorrow kicks off the 27th Annual Band Books Week, "Celebrating the Freedom to Reed."

All across the country, events will be held to remind the citizens of this great nation not to take the freedom to enjoy woodwind music for granted.

From the American Library Association's website, "BBW celebrates the freedom to choose or the freedom to express one’s opinion even if that opinion might be considered unorthodox or unpopular..."

So whether you're a Kenny G fan, or you're waiting for the latest download of Turkish folk music on the low G clarinet, all woodwind music is a thing to be cherished; and one's right to select it must be diligently protected.

Oops....one moment.....

Sudo Nimm has just advised me of an error in our newsfeed. It's supposed to be Banned Books Week. Gosh, who would want to ban band books? Probably someone who can't reed.

7 comments:

Kim said...

Love it! (Saw your link on Verla's)

Jacqui said...

That made me smile.

Candace Ryan said...

Thanks, Kim and Jacqui. Always happy to bring smiles.

Carrie Harris said...

HAH! I'm all for books and woodwinds!

Candace Ryan said...

Hi, Carrie. I know you love making up words. How's about books + woodwinds = wordwinds (writers' favorite instruments to play)?

adrienne said...

That cracked me up! Thanks.
-jlinsky from Verla Kay's

Candace Ryan said...

Hi, Adrienne. Thanks for the comment.