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    • Aline says...

      No Ryan, Cello for the win! lol

      On December 10, 2014

    • Ryan says...

      Violin, for the win!

      On December 09, 2014

    • Aline says...

      Who win?!

      On December 01, 2014

    • roi aldric trawon says...

      WAAA 5 MIN.!

      On November 30, 2014

    • Martin says...

      Vivaldi 4 seasons and a brand new Gloria for choir and strings by Jeff Enns.

      On November 30, 2014

    • Isaac says...

      Cello is great

      On November 30, 2014

    • Linda F. says...

      Christmas music!

      On November 29, 2014

    • Nikki says...

      Currently on the music stand? My daughter’s flute book. But no rosin for flutes; that’s a Christmas present for the cellist.

      On November 29, 2014

    • Enrique says...

      Playing Bach partitas and sonatas for solo violin downtown Greensboro today at CAC building. Playing a pops gig at the bistro b in kernersville tonight starting at 6:30.

      On November 29, 2014

    • Jenifer says...

      Well, unfortunately for the thread of things, it is a page of quilting instructions (unintended pun). Now, what is all over my bedroom floor is another story. Sheaves of flute and violin music are spread about in one corner. Christmas quartets, 2nd violin part for Brandenburg no. 1 to be performed with a community orchestra in January, and of course, the requisite pencils are in great supply.

      On November 29, 2014

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