a l l y said:
> "Jack Campin - bogus address" <bo...
@purr.demon.co.uk> wrote in message
>>> Take a trip to Keswick, Jack - just down the road from us. The museum
>>> has a very well preserved set of musical stones, as you can see here.
>>> http://www.visitcumbria.com/kes/kesart.htm - they even encourage you
>>> to play on them to your heart's content. Evelyn Glennie did a concert
>>> on them a couple of years ago (which I missed of course...)
>> I've added that link to the page. It may be another Till Family
>> instrument - a letter I didn't reproduce mentions another set (in
>> some way associated with Ruskin) as having been disposed of. Maybe
>> I should phone the museum and ask where theirs came from. It's a
>> far more elaborate piece of woodwork than the New York one.
> It's great fun to play. You can bash away on it to your heat's content. Next
> time I've got time to spare in Keswick I'll bring the Belfagan camcorder and
> get someone to film me playing on it... Any requests?
Sticks and Stones is nicely appropriate. or the Bass Rock ?
"The whole plan hinged upon the natural curiosity of potatoes" - S. Lem
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