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Music Guide

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This guy appears on my photoblog today: As a service to mankind, I've decided to write Snaarman's guide to music

http://snaarman.blogspot.com/2011/08/music.html

"No music guide is more informative"
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Re: Music Guide

Another string to your bow, Pete?
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Re: Music Guide

I suppose you'll be 'calling the tune', 'blowing your own trumpet', 'paying the piper' and a thousand other dreadful phrases that will be 'music to our ears'.
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Re: Music Guide

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I suppose you'll be 'calling the tune', 'blowing your own trumpet', 'paying the piper' and a thousand other dreadful phrases that will be 'music to our ears'.
But as long as you're not 'on the fiddle'.
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But as long as you're not 'on the fiddle'.
But then it depends how you fiddle or what you're fiddling with.

I like this shot.

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Re: Music Guide

I am pleased to announce the second part of Snaarmans Guide to Music.

http://snaarman.blogspot.com/2011/08/music-2.html

In this week's packed post I explain how to tell a Rock Band from a String Quartet.

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