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... says the man whose Danish keyboard makes it easy to get it "right". :D)

is that like a Danish Pastry?

OMG! :blink: I'm getting a kinda' déjà vu feeling... :unsure:

 

Meanwhile, what Americans generally call "Danish pastry" -- or "a Danish" -- is one of many varieties of what Danes call "wienerbrød" (Vienna bread). :D
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However, despite Stephen's evidence (and a lovely picture that is) that an Aeola player is an Aeolist (which sounds quite graceful and tasteful) ... I'm not sure that the word "Edeophonist" quite grabs me [grin] ... you have to admit that it is a bit of a mouthful not to mention the difficulty of pronunciation (too close to Idiot for my liking) !

Ah, but you would be playing it for our Edeophication, no?

(By the way, it's properly Æolist, not Aeolist... says the man whose Danish keyboard makes it easy to get it "right". :D)

Alt-146 does it for me: Æ (and alt-145= æ) :P

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