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I am looking for information on the Raffia Initials (1952)and/or Henk Krijger (1914-1979), their designer. I would be interested in hearing of exceptional ...
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will often hear "bocht" pronounced as "bokt" in Belfast. The reason they have the trouble ... Back to: Top of Message | Previous Page | Main GAELIC-L Page ...
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$7 Sacramento YWCA, 1122 17th St., Sacramento http://www.fussell.org/sacramento/index.htm --- Coming Events - Cursai ag Teacht Linn "The New York Session ...
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For >instance, Mac/Mc means literally 'son of ' . Therefore, it's >slightly ridiculous for a woman to use that as part of her name. It >becomes 'Nic'. ...
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Paddy Clancy of Cairdin accordions uses this as his default tuning now and I recommend it heartily. Fat and dry (kinda like me! ...
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So > lovely, in fact, that I decided to have Paddy Clancy > at Cairdin Accordions make an A/Bb accordion for me > and I heartily recommend it to anyone ...
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Has anyone thought of using a double reed (bassoon or oboe) profiler machine to make reeds for uilleann pipes? I was thinking if the penny chanter allows ...
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Subject: Nanny O'Briens on the 10th ... I'm staying right down town, so plan on bringing the fiddle and wandering over to Nanny O'Briens for the Monday ...
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Has anyone >talked with Mr. O'Brien? > >By the way, are there other players out there that play an O'Brien >whistle (they look like a Feadog with some glue ...
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