What's on your iPod?

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  1. Write4U Valued Senior Member

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    And some violin music
     
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    Knowledge Reigns Supreme Over Nearly Everyone
     
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    It’s in G but Purcell flattens some of the F sharps to natural, which creates moments of minor, or modal, piquancy. Also it’s in compound time, with a time signature of 6/4, which gives it a lilting rhythm. I think it’s rather beautiful.
     
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    I've never heard the concertina played like this before.
     
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  8. Write4U Valued Senior Member

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    Never knew that you could play jazz on a concertina.

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    concertina, free-reed musical instrument patented by Sir Charles Wheatstone in London in 1829. Hexagonal hand bellows are fastened between two sets of boards that carry the reeds in fraised sockets, as well as the pallet valves and finger buttons, by which air is selectively admitted to the reeds.
     

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