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Concertinas and the weather.

For some odd reason every time I play/practice my concertina it rains!

Does this happen to you?

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So you're responsible for the weather this summer.... :lol:

 

Steve

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Concertinas and the weather.

For some odd reason every time I play/practice my concertina it rains!

Does this happen to you?

It's raining right here, right now, and I'm not playing.

Won't be doing that until later in the day.

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Concertinas and the weather.

For some odd reason every time I play/practice my concertina it rains!

Does this happen to you?

 

I presume that you are playing indoors, so you aren't exactly getting wet. What about the poor people who busk for a living? Do they need to employ an assistant to hold an umbrella over them, to stop them getting wet? Mind you, in this sort of weather, they'd hardly have much of an audience anyway. The only living things enjoying this sort of weather at the moment, are the plants in my garden and ducks!

 

Chris

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Of course it does!

It's a well known fact that I just made up that Charles Wheatstone was working on a weather machine when he accidentally created the Concertina. :P

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So you're responsible for the weather this summer.... :lol:

 

Steve

*shush* don't let everyone know. :P

 

Of course it does!

It's a well known fact that I just made up that Charles Wheatstone was working on a weather machine when he accidentally created the Concertina. :P

:D

 

Hopefully not commentary on your choice of tunes .... :o

Hmmm....what rain related tunes are there?

only ones I can think of is 'the rain it rains' and Lemon Jelly's 'Nice weather for ducks' ("all the ducks are swimming in the water..faldoraldoraldo...")

:P

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There's an irish reel called 'The Moving Cloud', could be related to rain, somehow :-)

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Doesn't happen for me.

I practice a few hours each day.

Hasn't been a drop of rain since the middle of April.

 

You must have yours set to "Reverse" :P

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Concertinas and the weather.

For some odd reason every time I play/practice my concertina it rains!

Does this happen to you?

Only cat tears :(

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Concertinas and the weather.

For some odd reason every time I play/practice my concertina it rains!

Does this happen to you?

Only cat tears :(

not raining cats & dogs then? ;)

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For some odd reason every time I play/practice my concertina it rains!

So does it stop raining when you stop playing, or is it just that it rains all the time? :unsure:

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Hmmm....what rain related tunes are there?

only ones I can think of is 'the rain it rains' and Lemon Jelly's 'Nice weather for ducks' ("all the ducks are swimming in the water..faldoraldoraldo...")

:P

How about "Raindrops keep falling on my head" :P

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Raining in my Heart

Pennies from Heaven

Singin in the Rain

My Favourite Things

Kentucky Rain

Stormy Weather

and, from Yorkshire -

T'Rains and Boats and Planes.

Tony.

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Singing in the rain I'd like to try that one. :)

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