Once we were in the car I turned it on our local Spanish radio station (to keep the festive spirit going), I couldn't help but move to the music. I have no idea the name of who was singing but I do know it was musica banda. As I moved to the music (demonstrating my own unique choreography), I asked hubby if he could picture me dressed in all blue with some white boots holding my clarinet while swaying to the music. He politely replied, "umm NO!"
Me- "You do know I play the clarinet right?"
Hubby- "Well that is what you say."
Me- "Well if I still had my clarinet, I'd PROVE it!"
So, daydreaming about being in una banda got me thinking.
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Quiero ver una banda
de todas mujeres... that play their own instruments too!
Now that would be cool!
If it exist, someone please fill me in!
Hubby was clueless if this type of banda exists. I shared my ideas of how all the girls would play their own instruments and do those little synchronized movements. They'd sing songs that empower women! They'd wear sequined jackets just like the men do along with botas! They'd call themselves Banda Toda Mujer! Oh yeh, I had a whole fantasy going on in my head...
I researched a little online and couldn't find anything about an all girl banda. So, I'm reaching out to you guys... Does it exist?
If it does exist or if someone starts one.... I'm available to play the clarinet!
Here's a little banda music for you to enjoy. (Imagine it being an all girl banda though....I know I'd be a fan!)