|I don't know if cellos are ladylike - you have to sit with your legs qiute far apart! .|
|I've got another wind for you. Corney's Sax (how has everyone forgotten this?)JackieJ|
I think we were talking about 'playing' instruments - though I applauded Corney's sax, being heavily into Jazz!
|I'm sure I read somewhere that EBD played the cello - which probably explains it|
|They included jews’-harps, ukuleles, mouth-organs, whistles, a drum, a tambourine, castanets, cymbals, a bugle, and a zither|
She also says in Newsletter 8:
I'm sorry, Susan, but I could not write with sincere understanding of "Pop" music as I dislike most of it.
|Does Jo not say in one of the early books that she hates Jazz music when they hear it at the hotel.I always thought this was because EBD disliked it. Does the cello thing not start even earlier in the books as in Rescue Phoebe's father is a famous cellist?|
|It was definitely Stella Johnson in the Millie's pantoi who started an octave too high.|
|I longed for the basoon in the school orchestra, but I wasn't allowed. I wasn't allowed the french horn either. I am asthmatic, so I guess it makes sense, but I felt very hard done by.|
|And following on from Ray's post, has anyone encountered "Tell-tale Ducks" (CD title track by Respectable Groove, a jazz-Irish-Baroque-anything else group comprising recorder, harpsichord, double bass and bodhran)?|
|[I thought playing wind instruments could be good for asthmatics, as it helps teach them to control their breathing (like singing).
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