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  1. Cheryl | TimeToCraft

    How fabulous for them both. I really hope she carries on playing. I don’t play, although I have plans this autumn to learn. All three children play the piano. We have one guitar and a harp player too. I love hearing them practise. #MySundayPhoto

  2. Debbie

    Hi Anne, you do have a musical family! It’s nice when a child shows interest in something off their own back. Where do you find the colourful instruments?… At the middle school, I went to everyone had to learn to read music and to play the recorder. After that, I dabbled with the tenor recorder and the oboe, more to get out of lessons than because I actually enjoyed it. I don’t think I’d know one end of an oboe from the other these days!



    • Anne Sweet

      We bought my daughter’s gorgeous purple violin from a lovely music shop in the Custard Factory (which is not a custard factory but a quirky shopping/arts centre) I remember it so well, even though it was 13 years ago. I don’t think I could play the oboe now, but I think I remember how to get a note out of it, which I can’t do with a clarinet!

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