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GUEST,Woody England's National Musical-Instrument? (1943* d) RE: England's National Musical-Instrument? 25 Nov 08


From: WalkaboutsVerse

Diane cum Cupid and Woody - I "do ra me..." sometimes but prefer to work at my intonation by "playing a line, singing a line" as that aids with memory as well.


You are clueless. You can't even do the basics.


and achieve some 4 tech. certificates and a degree in humanities.

Which of these equipped you with the skills for writing poetry?
Which of these equipped you with musical knowledge & playing skills?

Was one the infamous "City & Guilds Certificate in basic Fork Lift driving, romance poetry, and folk song" that has led to so much tragedy?


And I love the timbre of the English concertina.

OK, as you seem to want to talk about the English Concertina, do please enlighten me....

What do you mean when referring to the timbre of the English Concertina?
Please explain how the timbre of an English Concertina differs from an Anglo or Duet Concertina?


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