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    Default Re: Where have all the Irish bouzouki / cittern players gone to?

    Quote Originally Posted by catmandu2 View Post


    I'm a long way from NOLA, but I feel as connected to the music as any - jelly roll's "spanish tinge," professor longhair, fats domino, et al .. I've found the accordion does it best
    So, you must like Zydeco and Cajun music, imported to New Orleans by our Cajun country cousins.

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    Default Re: Where have all the Irish bouzouki / cittern players gone to?

    Oh ya, sure. I play mostly dance genre on them - if someone can play tee-fer or conga I can play for hours and make y'all dance

    *Somehow I've always identified with the accordion player in Diegues' Bye Bye Brazil - but...this is a bouzouki thread
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    Default Re: Where have all the Irish bouzouki / cittern players gone to?

    I don't spend much time on facebook, but i did join the Irish bouzouki forum and find it to be a good forum, especially since I am interested in Irish trad music. Finding good instruction for the instrument in Irish trad seems quite limited even on the OAIM site, so I find the different video posts quite helpful. On the cafe I am usually parked in builders and repair.
    Thanks a lot
    Bob Schmidt

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