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PostPosted: Sat May 13, 2006 10:57 pm 
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You might have already seen this link on the whistle and flute board, but I just wanted to point out the clip of Michael sqeezing out a tune on his red Palo. From the fingering it looks like a C#D!

http://www.silbealabanza.com/cronnolly.html

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PostPosted: Mon May 15, 2006 4:34 am 
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Thanks Gary, very nice!
I never would have guessed Michael builds roads and bridges during the day.
Where does he get the time and energy to build flutes, whistles, play them play accordion,... :boggle:

Btw, i presume that's your wife behind the rhubarb pie? She looks very Irish!


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PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2006 9:59 am 
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lixnaw wrote:
Thanks Gary, very nice!
I never would have guessed Michael builds roads and bridges during the day.
Where does he get the time and energy to build flutes, whistles, play them play accordion,... :boggle:

Btw, i presume that's your wife behind the rhubarb pie? She looks very Irish!


I don't know what Michael's daily schedule is, but most things don't happen in Ireland until at least 9:30 in the morning. Then they roll up the sidewalks at 6:00 in the evening. I don't think they work quite the same schedule as the American workforce, a much more relaxed environment. Musicians in the Pubs don't even start playing before 10:00 PM normally. We did find one session going on in Galway on a Sunday evening before the sun went down. http://www.silbealabanza.com/video/Taaffes_session.wmv (8.1 MB)

Yes, that's my wife behind the Rhubarb Pie. No Irish in her blood. She is really Mexican and makes the homemade tortillas to prove it. ...Okay, English and raised in the Mexican culture of northern New Mexico.

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