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  • #68192

    I think it’s very cute…..clever……well done! I really like it. Does it really sound that bad?

    #68193
    unknown-user
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    Yes, everyone nags me to put my photo on line, but no, I’m not gonna do that on the internet…I’ve had too many abusive private emails already! And the site of my plain Jane ness may start it up again (just kidding!)

    But if anyone wants to email me privately I will send you a photo as an attachment via email. I have opened my email temporarily so that people can contact me, you do that by clicking on my name and then clicking on it again for the email address to come up.

    Curls.

    #68194
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    #68195
    kay-lister
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    Dave – What a cute little harp.

    #68196
    unknown-user
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    Too cute for words…a harp for the little mermaid in all of us me thinks…..

    #68197
    andy-b
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    Thanks, Briggsie, but it really does sound that bad, lol!

    #68198
    unknown-user
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    Andy, That is too funny!! Well, it Mishutka’s harp now! I hope that he lets you play it. Ella will be very priviledged if Mishutka lets her in the same room as his harp. I love pekes.

    Cei Cei

    #68199
    unknown-user
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    Hey Briggs,

    Yeah, the sort of gothic shaped one is the Lionwood.

    #68200
    unknown-user
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    I have

    #68201
    brook-boddie
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    ‘Tis it, Rosemary!

    #68202
    unknown-user
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    What a beauty.

    #68203
    unknown-user
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    Hi Brookster,

    I hope someone gets it that really appreciates it for what it is! I (seriously) wish I had bought it, but thought I needed a concert grand for the sort of work I was doing….

    The one thing that made me feel better about selling my Salvi, was the girl that bought it was a young professional just out of Uni, that was just beginning her professional life. She really wanted a Salvi concert grand, and could genuinely not afford a new one. So, I know that it has gone to someone that really wanted and needed it and could not get one any other way.

    She took quite a while to come and see it, and come up with the money, and the harp sat over in Melbourne gathering dust for quite a while! Which was stressful, but I’m glad that we waited for her, as I think it went to the right person.

    I do hope that it works out like that for you too! (Just wish I’d grabbed it when the money from my Salvi had come through!)

    All the best,

    Curls.

    #68204
    sherry-lenox
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    How sad that Lionwood had to give up making harps. I’ve never heard a single negative or even neutral comment about them. There should be enough buyers for all excellent harp makers. Yours is beautiful!

    #68205

    Brook, that looks just like the new 47-string 100 that the university here got. I have my lessons on it occasionally. At first I really did NOT like it at all, but as it is getting played, it is really opening up, holding pitch. I actually like it (though it is much heavier to play than what I am used to).

    It’s beautiful. I hope it goes to just the right person.

    #68206
    brook-boddie
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    Briggsie,

    When I bought that harp, I was actually looking for a concert grand (I’m 6’4″).

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