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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2005 5:02 pm 
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09/05/05 Ashley Jones sends: "Instrument; Sweetone/Gen Bb hybrid. Title.Kaigarabushi (Japanese folk melody) Comment; This folk song is a sort of lamentation about a shellpicker who is a long way from home. I found this piece on a shakuhachi CD...and...Instrument; Sweetone/Gen Bb hybrid. Title; Huayra Muyhoj (argentinian melody) Comment; I'm not even sure how to pronounce the title let alone translate its meaning but i loved its jaunty feel enough to learn the piece. (saved in misc)

Joseph Smith sends: "...a jig, Newport Lasses, on my David Boisvert chanter." (saved in u-pipes)

Tony Higgins sends the reel, Drunken Landlady, an unnamed hornpipe, Boys of Belfast (category unknown), and a redo of the Scottish minuet, Yellow Haired Laddie, which hopefully sounds better than the last time.(I corrected the title of the 8/25/05 submission to Woman of the House- was titled Drunken Landlady. It wasn't the landlady who was at fault this time.)

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