Recently a teacher-friend told me that I “dress my type.” Of course, this made me crane my neck a bit and look at her with a quizzical expression wondering if this were a good or bad thing.
“I’m pretty sure you’re a Type 4 which means you wear a lot of bold solid colors,” she explained.
At the time I had a bright red dress on. Hmmm…maybe she’s onto something.
“Perhaps,” I said, “but I also wear a LOT of blacks.”
“Actually,” she countered, “type 4 also wears a lot of blacks!”
Well there you go, apparently, I’m a type 4, and I’m doing pretty good on my wardrobe – she wins! LOL.
Bright, Bold, Clean, and Beautiful
What does this short story have to do with my review? Not a whole lot except that solid, bright colors are what first drew me to this beautiful theory course. Maybe my friend WAS onto something. 🙂
Calling a theory course “beautiful” may be stretching it I know, but when it comes to theory books (or any sheet music/method books for that matter), appearance goes a long way with me.
Don’t you agree?
They’re the colors of the rainbow – what student wouldn’t be drawn to that?!