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PostPosted: Fri Nov 11, 2005 8:41 pm 
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11/11/05 Walden sends: "Title: Variations on traditional. Player: Walden Whistle: Jubilee Bi-Whistle by Daniel Bingamon. (saved in orig)

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TonyHiggins wrote:
11/11/05 Walden sends: "Title: Variations on traditional. Player: Walden Whistle: Jubilee Bi-Whistle by Daniel Bingamon. (saved in orig)

Thank you so much for posting it. I appreciate it.

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nice music Walden. I like the double whistle sound. Daniel does good work.

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