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Bevvie
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PostPosted: 2011-05-26, 22:52    Post subject: Hiya from Ireland!! Reply with quote

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Hi Everyone!
Names Béibhinn and I come from Ireland. I got a Shakuhachi a few weeks ago as I wanted to get into Japanese Trad but this was the cheapest instrument Very Happy

It's nice to meet you all! xD
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PostPosted: 2011-05-27, 04:14    Post subject: Hiya from Ireland!! Reply with quote

There is a good and interesting shakuhachi person there named Philip Horan. You might want to meet him. In the meantime fax me some Guinness. Mr. Green
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PostPosted: 2011-05-27, 07:40    Post subject: Hiya from Ireland!! Reply with quote

Welcome!
Yes, in Dublin there is Philip and there is also a Japanese kinko player called Demachi Hazuki. She can teach both traditional and also playing enka on shakuhachi! Shocked
Where in Ireland are you located?

There is a beginners' section in the ESS Shakuhachi Summer School in London end of July - in case you were interested. Both Philip and Hazuki are coming!
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PostPosted: 2011-05-27, 12:08    Post subject: Hiya from Ireland!! Reply with quote

Hi guys!
Well unfortunately I live in limerick right in the south-west so going to Dubllin to see Philip presents a problem(its about 3 hours on train, and tickets cost from 30 euro one way 45 Return on the train!)
I'll check out the Summer school (if I can afford it I might go.
@Brian I'll fax you over some Guiness also another nice drink... a fine bottle of Poitín(our moonshine). It won't make you go blind I swear!
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