The ideal music to read a DWJ novel to.

Nat Case ncase at hedbergmaps.com
Thu Sep 6 14:32:19 EDT 2001


>On Thu, 06 Sep 2001 21:01:40 +0300, Tarja Rainio wrote:
>
>>on 6.9.2001 18:24, Philip.Belben at powertech.co.uk at
>>Philip.Belben at powertech.co.uk wrote:
>>
>>>  So, to take stock:
>>>
>>>  Me (Philip): Keyboards, voice, bassoon
>>>  Becca: Voice
>>>  Dorian: Voice, cello, some random instrument (shall I see if I can get my
>>>  ukulele to stay in tune?)
>>>  Laurel: Piano, voice, cello
>>>  Sophie: Harp
>>>
>>>  I can write tunes, and Becca writes pretty good lyrics.
>>>
>>>  That's five of us, enough for a reasonable group.  Three in Ireland, one in
>>>  England, one in Florida.  Hmm... Arranging rehearsals could be tricky :-)
>>
>>I'm a soprano, but haven't done any singing in a choir or other kind of
>>group for a while.
>
>Jacob is a baritone.  I'm alto/mezzosoprano depending on what the weather's
>like.

I'm a baritone/bass, though I've sung tenor when...erm... pressed. 
And I can play pennywhistle passably.

Nat
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