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Big Trip South II

From Nelson I drove South, taking five days to cover the distance between Nelson and Gore.  I stopped at five schools and gave concerts on the fiddle....  one each day.  Here are some fotos.

Year one and two in Oamaru listen to the sound of the fiddle.

They are clapping in time.

They are walking in time to the music.

Soldiers marching.

 This young student needed to feel the strings so he could experience how the strings vibrated.

It was great to be able to bring the live sould of the fiddle to children who all to ofren had only heard mechanical copies of real music.  Cheers Chris the Pipeplayer.

1 Comment to Big Trip South II:

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essaywriter on Friday, 18 August 2017 8:30 p.m.
You are great man! I really appreciate what you have done. I just love the game on the fiddle, although I myself never knew how to play on any musical instrument. It is really very nice that you bring the joy to children.
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