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03 December 2012


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I used to play this tune on my recorder, and always loved it, though I'd never, ever heard it anywhere else. And, oddly, the father of one of my older son's friends was a counter-tenor. Gave us a bit of a surprise when he began his singing practice one day when we were there!

I envy you being able to sing well enough to perform in a choir. I love singing, and was in choirs when I was young, but now my voice is cracked and just awful!

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Thinking about . . .

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