December 15, 2009

The Vibrant Virtuosa

V is for Voice.
Our versatile varmint could well be vaulted to vocal fame by this video.  If you venture to view it, you will ventilate over her well-versed and  vigorous talent. If only she had a violin accompaniment, her sotto voce tones would vibrate like a vicar's vespers.  She is a vesicle of pure operatic talent, don't you agree?  And yet, she is no vain vixen.  She never has the vapors nor does she flutter her lashes behind a veil.  She would be the victor in any contest, I think, but she does not seek to validate her venerable vocals on TV or to any other vast audience.  She does not wish to become more visible.  She is satisfied with her own valorous, velvety value.
What? Her voice is vexing, you say?
Vamoose then, before this veers into a violent vendetta vis-a-vis your vile and vulgar taste!

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41 comments:

  1. Wow - that is some singing. Sounds like my dog when my son cries...

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  2. daisy can sing at my Christmas Party anytime! Lovely, just lovely :)

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  3. Very creative and wonderful post! Love it!

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  4. Daisy! I had no idea you had such vocal talent! I'm submitting your name to American Idol - you should be receiving a casting call soon. Meanwhile, keep practicing those carols. PS I love the way you wagged your tail at the end - obviously you knew you gave a stellar performance! Lucinda is clapping here in CO.

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  5. Victoriously vivacious!!!! ;)

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  6. Oh I laughed and laughed, Janie... What a talented lady!!!! She needs to go to Broadway immediately.....

    My dog (Duchess) used to do that... Oh how we loved that dog. She lived for about 15 years.

    LOVE IT... Thanks!
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  7. Daisy you are the best! Best thing in my day so far!!! You made my heart strings vibrate with your velvety voice!

    A big hug to you!

    Sylvia

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  8. Vov-vov! - as the versatile varmint would have vociferated in Norway. Very good vibrations here for this vocal video-wonder.

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  9. I'm sure I heard her harmonizing. She can definitely carry a tune! Merry Christmas, Daisy. We hope to see you in concert!

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  10. I think you have outdone yourself this time Janie.
    Daisy is simply divine. She has a big career ahead of her. (:0)

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  11. This is darling! Love it ... cute & clever post.

    Merry Christmas ~
    TTFN ~ Marydon
    **NEW BLOG**
    blushingrosetoo.blogspot.com

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  12. WOW! Your V post is magnificent! : ) Lovely!

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  13. STANDING OVATION!!! I have such a huge grin on my face that my face hurts! Oh I'm such a sucker when it comes to DAWGS and the cute things they do. What's your dog's name? It's the same breed we're going to look into getting in a couple of years. ALWAYS love your posts, Janie! :D

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  14. What a fun post...and a great group of Vs....

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  15. The volume is consistent. Pretty funny.

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  16. Wow Janie...Daisy was wonderful!!!my daughter loved it!!!!she wants me to take our Schnauzer Nolan barking at her when she speaks Spanish to him...it drives him crazy...

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  17. Oh my goodness...Thank you ....I really needed a good tummmy laugh...
    Thanks!
    Sherry

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  18. This is awesome! She really gets into it, that's so cute. I'm not sure I've seen her get that involved before. :) Hilarious.

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  19. Oh my gosh! That is something! What a great "V" post!

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  20. Is that Daisy? If so, that's a very communal pup you have there to join into singing. Fun, funny, but most of all pretty darn incredible.

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  21. Daisy awaits her American Idol call!
    She's always been a vocal dog. She makes whining and howling noises if she doesn't feel that she's getting enough attention. She only sings when I play piano. (Sometimes, if she's tired, she just hums along.) No other form of music entices her to use her lovely voice...

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  22. Very vibrant narratiVe. How do you do it. I struggled and struggled with this V until my granddaughter suggested the vacuum. (Do love the robot vac, though!) Always such a pleasure to visit you!

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  23. Daisy's vocal talents are extraordinary! Our Sophie whines and vocalizes for visitors, but I've never heard her sing before:)

    I missed your post last Wednesday, but now I see you had something much more important to do--congratulations on your newest grandchild!

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  24. Very very amusing, versatile Varmint. Book her in the next Opera show! lol. Love it!

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  25. I will be the first in line to buy Daisy's new CD!!! This is adorable!!

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  26. Daisy is a dog of many talents. She's helping me get the holiday spirit.

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  27. This is a wonderful 'V' post, but I am most impressed with Daisy's singing. Are dogs allowed to enter American Idol?

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  28. Brilliant! Both your post and Daisy's singing. :)

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  29. Very creative! Your way to find words starting with the same letter is amazing. Dogs like music and singing. It's the call of their relatives to gather.Thanks for sharing.

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  30. That is a very nice video of you and Dasie, Janie. You play the piano very well and Daisy's vocal was great too.

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  31. Lovely alliteration ;-)
    Oh my ... we had a Beagle that sang like this once upon a time but Molly's not nearly so vocal a lab. Great fun ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  32. Absolutely MARVELOUS! And, she actually can hit the keys - when she wants too! Count me a fan of your velvet voiced varmint!

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  33. Verily a virtuosa performance to vibrate the ear drums - very entertaining post for V and seasonal too!

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  34. You are HILARIOUS!!! Way to go on the piano, too. Just like the Captain and Tennille only backwards - ha ha Have a great day ~ ♥

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  35. Fantastic..I love stuff like this. Great piano and voice! Our dog greets us..uh, in a similar way, ha-

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  36. Oh Janie, thanks for the smile and the chuckle today. Daisy has a beautiful dog voice. And your piano playing isn't too bad either. LOL

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