Just posted about another one!
Many congratulations for these ventures, hope you had loads of fun. I was gigging last night near Andover btw ... not quite the same repertoire
Thanks Stephen. It has all been great fun.Stephen Kenyon wrote: ↑Sun Jul 09, 2017 10:41 amMany congratulations for these ventures, hope you had loads of fun. I was gigging last night near Andover btw ... not quite the same repertoire
Thanks for listening Simon. You were very lucky to find a copy of that arrangement of Misty. I looked long and hard for it, after hearing someone play it once, to no avail. That was until someone I knew happened to mention they had a copy!
I have never heard of chookas before. Sounds like the name of a chicken franchise LOLPaul Janssen wrote: ↑Mon Apr 24, 2017 2:27 pmIn Australia we use the term "Chookas" when we want to wish someone good luck for a performance. I am led to believe that it is uniquely Australian but I'm happy to be proven wrong. Anway, Chookas for your forthcoming recitals.lucy wrote:Thanks.celestemcc wrote:Break a leg!
Just looked up the origin of that phrase. Of course, it's ironic, but no one seems to know where it came from! There are many theories....
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