Emilie, on the other hand, is a talented pianist for her age, which explains why she chose to serenade her adorable dog. It’s also a song that has stood the test of time. There is no sheet music here, only emotions, particularly love.
This story is filled with talent and creativity. Emilie, who is only seven years old, plays the piano. She could have chosen a nursery rhyme or a current hit, but she went with an old song.Sharky recognizes her sense of style.
After all, it’s a song that won an Academy Award for Best Original Song as well as two Grammys for Record of the Year and Song of the Year. Sharky recognizes a masterpiece when he hears it! When this talented little lady hit those lovely notes, Holly Golightly’s spirit was present.
The melody will have you closing your eyes and wishing she wouldn’t stop playing.To think, the iconic scene of Hepburn singing was almost never included in the film.Because the screenplay was too long, the head of Paramount Pictures suggested cutting the famous scene set on the fire escape outside of Golightly’s New York City apartment.
“Moon River” almost never became famous. They say Audrey Hepburn was the one who put her foot down, insisting that the scene and song be kept in the final cut.That’s why Emilie, at the age of seven, knows the song by heart.It’s incredible what strong, talented women can accomplish.
Sharky is such a good boy, listening patiently and not even moving around on that piano. Who knew dogs could appreciate such beautiful music?He recognizes his little hooman’s talent, and we can’t wait to see what Emilie will be like in a decade or so. Keep playing those classics, Emilie!