Cheers Max thanks 'Irish bouzouki'??more likely an Irish bazooka from the
troubles??:-) Any Greeks about??
You do a lot of thigs I seem to be cutting back at the moment-hospital
scares and tings hospital checkups and hospital hospitalling
But today here it is warm beautiful spring Icat just walked over keyboard
with actually writing anything
I had a nice birthday party all the family around
'influx of Asian ladies
wooden former chapel
below the OK level '
must be snap material
ps my partner Janet is working on a paper-dissertation thingy on Jack Davies
(havs his plays been performed in Melbourne-tricky from half a world away
(even if she is an Oz person-from Melbourne
pps now to get on with the serious business of maybe sorting things out
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Sent: 23 March 2011 19:17
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Subject: Re: pat snap > choir with Kavisha Mazzella
Ah, Patrick, one of your best.
And it reaches me just after choir practice at our little municipal arts
where my wife and I have joined a scratch group under the inspired coaching
Melbourne's folky/songwriter-performer Kavisha Mazzella (see her website).
The council has asked her to get up a 'united nations of song'.
In the little wooden former chapel (where I used to take a writing class
numbers dropped below the OK level!), a very odd lot of locals without
training are learning songs from all over.
And rather too soon we will perform in front of an audience of our
First Wednesday evening I was the only male, but some others have joined.
Songs in Latin, Italian (Ciao Bella), Romany, Hebrew, so far...
But the exotic musical instruments are lacking - only guitar and a cute
sort of bodhran.
Bound to prompt me to some verse snaps later.
Kavisha's CDs are worldish music - she likes to say she's part Neapolitan,
English, part Thai, and grew up in a cafe in Perth WA. She's off to a
in Slovenia shortly and someone else will take us on Wednesday evenings.
Last night there was an influx of Asian ladies, now outnumbering the
(Tomorrow night we cross town to Brunswick to hear the great Andy Irvine, a
regular visitor, one of my heroes, a master of the Irish bouzouki...)
Quoting Patrick McManus <[log in to unmask]>:
> SEX LIFE
> he had always
> loved the pure
> sweet roses
> English Folk Music
> lala trally lala lee
> he had discovered
> the tropical wild flowers
> hot passionate delights
> World Music
> ram bamma bam!
> tuckoo tuckerooeah!
> zam zam zugger!
> tackertack terakko taa!
> tee untarla muzarrra!
> que quanga zha!
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