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Very old and somewhat worn but nevertheless very beautiful french manouche guitar (at last!).
You pretty much got it. The flat key signatures look like Homer's hair.
The rest is just me having fun with my students.
I think I was just pointing out that I do a word of the day. Today's is foist. I love doing cross curricular stuff. I explain the word and the etimology. I make my students draw things as well. Sooooo many kids have said they learn more about history in music class that they do in history class.
I really like the Zig Zag uke! Reminds me of cubism.
Thank's for the explanation! I was desparately searching for the connection between flattening notes and your word of the day ...
Cross curricular stuff is great; sometimes I use keywords appearing in songs for short historical digressions (for example in the round "White sand and grey sand").
Chime bar and mallet.
Two chime bars with mallets.
Chime bar, mallet.
Elira, playing the big chime bars.
The blue chime bar and mallet.