Even somebody snoring can be music.

-Todd Reynolds Read here.

This is good to know … I often enjoy music as I’m sleeping. 😉

The title of this post is another quote, btw. (Well of course all my readers knew that already, yes?) And Jameson will be doing the play soon. (“Marvellous sweet music” is not one of his lines, though, as he is playing Prospero.)

I think I’ll do a list of music quotes from Shakespeare.



  1. If snoring is sweet music, I must be the Pavarotti of Snoring.  

  2. Patricia Mitchell

    Hah! I hope your wife enjoys your sweet music. 🙂

  3. Patricia Mitchell

    That works for me!

    I love Shakespeare as well, but I have no acting genes at all in this body of mine. I merely get to enjoy. (Fine by me.)

    Yes, from what I read opera has … and will continue! … to be good to you. And who can beat opera, after all? And of course you can get opera AND Shakespeare … so there you go. 🙂

  4. Something like this, perchance? 

    I love Shakespeare.  One of my (very few) regrets is that I had to pass on a chance to play Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing.  I had to refuse because on the same day I was offered a spot in a summer opera workshop.  It was the classic “two roads diverging in a yellow wood” moment!  I’m not sure which path would have been the one less taken, but opera has certainly been good to me. 

    But still, what I wouldn’t give to say this from center stage: “O God, that I were a man!  I would eat his heart in the market-place.”  Or Portia’s speech from Merchant of Venice, or any of Juliet’s words to Romeo.  Delicious, all of them!!