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  1. kenneads

    Tune name ?

    Robin, I have the LP and can scan it and send the images to you. Do you want a scan of the whole cover or just the information about Thrunton Woods which is paired with The Hawk Polka. The liner notes read: "THE HAWK POLKA/THRUNTON WOODS James Hill, the composer of The High Level Hornpipe and many other fine fiddle tunes, lived at 'The Hawk', a pub in Gateshead. He named at least two tunes after the pub, one a reel which is quite well known and this polka which I found in a manuscript lent to me by John Gall of Beamish Museum who got it from John Hockey, a farmer in East Boldon, Co. Durham. The book appears to be the work of William Hall Lister also of East Boldon. Thrunton Woods are just to the south of our house." I had to rummage through my very old collection to find the album and realised how long it is since I listened to them. I am now on the lookout for a turntable so I can relive some old times. Cheers, Dave
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    Cuteness Overload

    Thank you for the name of the tune. I was nearly demented looking through all my music. Now for a good night's sleep.
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    Cuteness Overload

    What is the tune she's playing? It's driving me round the twist trying to place it.
  4. Do you know how to tell the difference between an alligator and a crocodile? An alligator will "see you later" a crocodile will see you "in a while".
  5. You could just glue a strip of leather or some other material such as rubber under the top edge. About the same depth as the ridge.
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    George Lambert, Wigan

    Only that his writing is beautiful.
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    The Flying Concertina Revisited

    Steve, I am fairly sure there are other avenues to use PayPal without having to set up a business account for your website. I can issue requests for payment via PayPal by just using my email and PayPal account. I sell a few items on the internet privately, both domestic and international, and just use an individual PayPal account. I am not doing anything that is illegal or dodgy by doing this, and the fact you are not profiting by the sales, it would seem you can do this as well. Hope this helps. Cheers, Dave Edited: Steve, I didn't realise that you had sorted this out on the original post. Apologies.
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    Danny Spooner

    How sad to hear of Danny's death. I first saw Danny in the late 60's at Frank Traynor's folk and jazz venue in Melbourne. He was a defender of the working man and woman. Danny's website gives a great insight into Danny's background and philosophy on life and song. www.dannyspooner.com There are also many YouTube videos of Danny performing. Vale Danny.
  9. G'day Les, I just watched your video out of interest more than wanting to learn the tune. Could I make a small suggestion. I think it would be helpful to learners if you played the tune through fully at the beginning so they have a feel for what they are learning. Otherwise really well done and I wish there was more of this when I was learning. Cheers, Dave
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    Seeking New Homes For Unique Duets

    Dan, I bought a Wakker Hayden Duet from you several years ago which I subsequently sold on. I sincerely hope you have success in selling on your instruments, albeit under less than ideal circumstances. I wish you well.
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    Square Herrington Anglo For Sale

    Same here. I'd be happy to contribute for the procedure.
  12. Merry Christmas from Downunder. Expecting temperatures of around 35 C in my part of the world on Christmas Day; so no hot dinner for me. Some prawns, scallops and crayfish with salad and a nice chilled Pinot Gris. Have a joyous and peaceful Christmas. Cheers.
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    Chico Marx & Concertina Sculpture

    Absolutely brilliant.
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    Experimental Prototype Anglo Concertina

    Hey Jake, an interesting looking instrument. I love the bellows papers they look a bit like a map. Well done. Cheers
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    Back Here... And Moving To Melbourne

    I would recommend that you take your concertinas as hand luggage. And don't forget your winter woolies, as July is mid winter in Melbourne. Cheers