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GUEST,eliza c England's National Musical-Instrument? (1943* d) RE: England's National Musical-Instrument? 14 Oct 08

David, I hope that by mentioning me in the same post as saying that English folkies by and large perform music from other cultures you weren't suggesting I do that thing, because I'll remind you that out of 19 albums to date only two of them have been material other than traditional English material, and those two were self-penned. The contents of the latest self-penned out of those two contains 50% trad material in melody even. I have always been and remain committed to the playing and promulgation of English traditions, songs and music, more than most, and certainly more than you.
And Eliza PC? Now you can fuck off.

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