Like Last year, I'm doing a reading contest. Sense I only have 10 minutes on here, I will tell you one of the book I'm reading and be done. Castaways of the Flying Dutchman! And Angle's Command: a tale from Castaways of the Flying Dutchman! Both by Brian Jacques. Though I haven't quiet finished the second one yet, they both are really good!
From Monday (today) 'till Thursday (and a concert on Friday) I have a basically music practice all day. It's called music camp, even though you hardly do anything outside accept for walk from one building to the other. At 9:15 –12:10 I have Chamber coaching. Camber coaching is basically one person on the piano, one on the violin, and one on the Cello (me), and we practice three songs. Then from 12:15–1:00 eat lunch. 2:00–2:55 Reading Orchestra, meaning in edition to the quartet that I play with my siblings and a orchestra that I'm doing with friends, I have more music to practice. After that, 2:00–2:55 bell choir– it's really cool, every body there gets one or two bells (sometimes three), and you get a sheet of music with a bunch of notes on it. When your note comes up, you play it. Then from 3:00–3:55 Conducting Class– you get taught how to conduct an orchestra with different tempos. And this is only the first day...... !
Soundtracks done by good artists can be some good music! The Chronicles of Narnia soundtrack by Harry Gregson-Williams was awesome! The Pirates of the Caribbean Soundtrack was almost better. The Transformers soundtrack by Steve Jablonsky was also one of the best. So for upcoming movies there's G.I. Joe soundtrack that will be done by Alan Silvestri, the person who did Night of the museum 1 and 2 soundtracks. Michael Giacchino, who did the Ratatouille soundtrack, did the Star Trek soundtrack and the Disney/Pixar Up soundtrack. Steve Jablonsky will do the Transformers: Revenge of the fallen soundtrack.