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The Sandman 23 Jul 21 - 05:00 AM
JHW 23 Jul 21 - 06:10 AM
leeneia 23 Jul 21 - 09:16 AM
Phil Cooper 23 Jul 21 - 10:07 AM
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Subject: Zoom performances
From: The Sandman
Date: 23 Jul 21 - 05:00 AM

I would like to thank those people ho have organised zoom singarounds during the lockdown.
one of the most enjoyable concerts i saw was, Nick Dow, in my opinion a fine singer of traditional songs and an excellent guitarist.

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Subject: RE: Zoom performances
From: JHW
Date: 23 Jul 21 - 06:10 AM

Pity Zoom hadn't been invented in the 60s.
We wouldn't have had to bother with Folk Clubs and seeing people for real.
Not seen Nick Dow on a screen but he is a good and committed performer.

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Subject: RE: Zoom performances
From: leeneia
Date: 23 Jul 21 - 09:16 AM

I enjoy the Mudcat's own singaround every Monday afternoon. If you'd like to try it, look for the thread about it on a Monday morning.

Recently I was watching a choral concert on YouTube and fell asleep over the Benjamin Britten (no surprise there). I was disappointed, then realized that all I had to do was back up the red line and listen again.
That was a real pleasure.

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Subject: RE: Zoom performances
From: Phil Cooper
Date: 23 Jul 21 - 10:07 AM

Susan and I have been doing Zoom workshop style concerts once a month for the last eight or nine months. You can see us in our old Upper Peninsula house where a cat may Zoom bomb our performance (but mostly they sleep through it these days). We usually pick a theme of some sort, in October it's Samhain/Halloween songs, December it's winter solstice. This past March we did our first Transatlantic Zoom with Anne Lister with the theme Myth, Magic, and Fantasy. Like I said we basically trade songs as one would in a workshop at a festival. Before streaming the logistics of setting these up would be very impractical.

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