Let's count then...

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Re: Let's count then...

Postby RedHouse Arts » Thu Jan 21, 2010 9:56 pm

I'm a gurdy girl. As a multi-instrumentalist in two groups, I apportion my practice time to which song needs which instrument which needs practice. I'm fortunate to live with a man who loves all my noisy instruments (bassoon, clarinet, didgeridoo, hurdy gurdy, percussion & more). I'm not sure the neighbors are as tolerant, but they've only banged on my door once. ;-)

I live in a city that calls itself "The Live Music Capital of the World," so there is a certain amount of acceptance even among those who'd rather not.
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Re: Let's count then...

Postby Gallopede » Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:06 pm

Thankyou Cecilia for making me a member and I'm here to be counted. As a recorder player I'm half a very amateur traditional English folk duo (the other half being my partner, who plays melodeon). I also play occasionally in a great, sprawling band. As a hurdy gurdy player I'm a menace. I have just spent an hour playing the same extraordinarily simple tune over and over again differently wrong each time - and I feel good!
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