That Reminds Me [Radio Ulster]

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01Music and memories. You hear a piece of music and think, \u2018that reminds me\u2018. Listeners share their very personal memories.20200510In ‘Private Lives’ in 1930 Noel Coward wrote ‘it’s extraordinary how potent cheap music is’.
It seems that in 2020, all these years later, it’s extraordinary just how right he was, and still is.
Popular music and songs form a soundtrack for most people’s life. Here, people share the story of how one particular piece of music reminds them of a significant time or moment in their life.
For example, everyone will have an earliest memory of a piece of music or it could be something that means a lot to them personally . . school, holidays, meeting their partner, births, engagement, weddings, gap year, graduation, first job, a sporting event, the best concert, their father’s favourite piece, significant moments in their life . . . a happy time, a sad time . . literally anything.
This is people thinking out loud, reminiscing and showing just how wide a variety of music inspires such powerful memories. The series has great music. It ranges from King’s College to Elvis, traditional Irish music to rock or opera, jazz, pop, classical . . the list is endless.

You hear a piece of music and think, \u2018that reminds me\u2018. Listeners share personal memories.

Listeners share personal memories of a piece of music that has a significance to them.

01Music And Memories. You Hear A Piece Of Music And Think, \u2018that Reminds Me\u2018. Listeners Share Their Very Personal Memories.20200510You hear a piece of music and think, \u2018that reminds me\u2018. Listeners share personal memories.

Listeners share personal memories of a piece of music that has a significance to them.

010120200503Popular music and songs form a soundtrack for most people’s life. Here, listeners share the story of how one particular piece of music reminds them of a significant time or moment in their life.

Each piece has a different mood and and an individual story. Listeners share how they feel now and how they felt then when they first heard the piece. For some people it is a happy or humorous memory, for others it is very sad, since it emphasises the passing of time or a traumatic event. It could be first love, going to school, social life as a teenager, singing rugby songs on the bus, going to church... the list is endless.

You hear a piece of music and think, 'that reminds me'. Listeners share personal memories.

Listeners share personal memories of a piece of music that has a significance to them.

010120200503You hear a piece of music and think, 'that reminds me'. Listeners share personal memories.

Listeners share personal memories of a piece of music that has a significance to them.

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010320200517In ‘Private Lives’ in 1930 Noel Coward wrote ‘it’s extraordinary how potent cheap music is’.
It seems that in 2020, all these years later, it’s extraordinary just how right he was, and still is.
Popular music and songs form a soundtrack for most people’s life. Here, people share the story of how one particular piece of music reminds them of a significant time or moment in their life.
For example, everyone will have an earliest memory of a piece of music or it could be something that means a lot to them personally . . school, holidays, meeting their partner, births, engagement, weddings, gap year, graduation, first job, a sporting event, the best concert, their father’s favourite piece, significant moments in their life . . . a happy time, a sad time . . literally anything.
This is people thinking out loud, reminiscing and showing just how wide a variety of music inspires such powerful memories. The series has great music. It ranges from King’s College to Elvis, traditional Irish music to rock or opera, jazz, pop, classical . . the list is endless.

You hear a piece of music and think, 'that reminds me'. Listeners share personal memories.

Listeners share personal memories of a piece of music that has a significance to them.

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010520200531You hear a piece of music and think, \u2018that reminds me\u2018. Listeners share personal memories.

Listeners share personal memories of a piece of music that has a significance to them.

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