SINGING ALONG – Marilyn Armstrong

RDP- Sunday – SING


When I was in college, I had a nice “little” voice which could occasionally sound pretty good — on a good day if something was in the right key. I have a deep voice for a girl and as I was a music major for a couple of years, I got used to hearing “girls on the right, Marilyn and the boys on the left.” My voice fits better with the guys.

At the Boston Pops

As I got older, I apparently spent too much time shouting and lost most of the voice I had, but I still love the sound of singing, especially duets. There’s something about the interweaving of high and low voices that is a delight to my ears.

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

15 thoughts on “SINGING ALONG – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. I really can’t sing anymore. I sprained my vocal cords and never took the time to let them heal properly. I was working, I was a mother, and whispering for a year (a YEAR) wasn’t going to work for me. So I have good moments, but I really can’t sing more than a couple of bars before my voice fogs up.

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      1. I was the lead at school and I was supposed to be the lead in the play but my mother was in a head on that day and I was at the hospital instead. I can sing and sing well and I loved it.

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