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GUEST,Woody England's National Musical-Instrument? (1943* d) RE: England's National Musical-Instrument? 07 Oct 08


As this thread is not going anywhere I thought I'd take the chance to explore WAVs beliefs instead.

WAV - as I asked before, but did not receive an answer, I'm asking again for some clarification if you can spare the time.

(1) - what you're saying is that in England we should only perform "good English music"?

(2) - If the answer to (1) is yes, does that mean that you think we should take some kind of action to preserve the purity of the English music that exists - as alluded to in your perform your own rule?

(3) - If the answer to both 1 & 2 is yes, what methods would you propose would be used to achieve and enforce this?

(4) - Given your documented attempts to live a more "authentic" English existence (pottage etc) do you think that there should be a wider effort to revive this English culture?


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