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All right! Who’s ready to win something?

It’s about time we had a contest around these parts, don’t you think?

A few weeks ago I noticed that I was nearing 100 blog followers; I originally conceived this as a push to make that number. But, uh, I already got to 101. So we’re going to do things just a bit differently.

But first! What exquisite prize is up for grabs? Oh, just an ORIGINAL, SIGNED ARTWORK:

EroicatClick to enlarge

This is not a print. This is a hand-drawn, hand-painted piece entitled – wait for it – Eroicat! Why wander around merely saying you love Beethoven when this beautiful, clever bit of art can do it for you? (Yes, that’s a real snippet of Eroica up top.) Suitable for framing, it would look smashing in your music room or studio.

Bone up on your Symphony No. 3, then lean in, because I’m going to tell you how you can lay claim to the crown this amazing painting:

  1. Subscribe to this blog.
  2. ?????
  3. PROFIT!

Okay, that’s not QUITE everything. Here are some additional notes:

  • You have until TOMORROW NIGHT (JUNE 19) AT MIDNIGHT to subscribe to the blog and be eligible for TWO entries (see below).
  • You have until MIDNIGHT ON FRIDAY, JUNE 21 to subscribe to the blog and be eligible for ONE entry.
  • How can you be eligible for two entries? Simple! I think it’s unfair when a contest is only open to new subscribers; if you’ve been a loyal reader for awhile, why should you be punished for being ahead of the game? However, there might be subscribers out there who, for whatever reason, don’t, y’know, actually read the blog. So, if you’re a current subscriber or subscribe by the June 19 midnight deadline above, you can garner TWO contest entries simply by replying to this entry with your email address or WordPress ID for confirmation (so make sure you use the one you’re subscribed under).

Got it? Okay! Don’t have it? Feel free to ask me questions! Contest is open to everyone, everywhere, but any winner outside of the continental U.S. may be asked to pay their own shipping (sorry, guys, but that sucker’s a bit pricey). There’s no age minimum – or maximum, for that matter – but if you’re under 18 make sure you check with your parents that it’s okay to enter and such. All usual additional contest rules apply.

Incidentally, if you’re in love with that kitty image (and why wouldn’t you be?), the artist does sell additional works, both pre-made and commissioned. Check out her tumblr for more info. You can also contact her via email here.

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About Jenn

Despite being the former digital marketing intern at the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Jenn German does not like Mozart. Beethoven could've totally beaten him up. Also she has an arts management graduate degree from American University, but this changes nothing.

Discussion

8 thoughts on “All right! Who’s ready to win something?

  1. A lovely idea.

    Posted by pianolearner | June 18, 2013, 8:57 am
  2. The subscribe button isn’t working for me! I think I worked around it though. However, I have to say I am disappointed that it’s not the viola line in the painting. I’d gladly hang that in the fictional Bar-talk bar/chamber music venue, though.

    Posted by americanpms | June 19, 2013, 9:04 am
  3. stephanie.t.schmitt@gmail.com πŸ™‚ It’s slow to let me subscribe, but hopefully will get it through soon.

    Posted by Stephanie | June 19, 2013, 9:48 am
  4. I leave a comment when I like a post on a site or
    I have something to contribute to the discussion.
    Usually it is a result of the passion displayed in the
    post I read. And after this article All right! Who’s ready to win
    something? | If it ain’t Baroque…. I was actually excited enough to write a leave a responsea response πŸ˜‰ I do have a few questions for you if you do not mind. Is it only me or do a few of these comments look like coming from brain dead people? πŸ˜› And, if you are writing at other online social sites, I would like to keep up with you. Could you list the complete urls of all your communal pages like your linkedin profile, Facebook page or twitter feed?

    Posted by Reynaldo | August 16, 2013, 6:24 am

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