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Helena Handcart

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Ewell (Surrey) sessions
« on: September 01, 2018, 09:00:40 AM »

Hi Folks,

Just to let you know that the Ewell Sessions will be starting again tomorrow. We have two monthly sessions in the village running from September-June each year:

First Sunday of the month you'll find us at the Famous Green Man (upstairs function room) for a steady speed session hosted by me, while the third Sunday sees us at the Wheatsheaf for a session hosted by Alan.

At the Green Man we work with a tune book, compiled collabaratively with our regulars to build repertoire and confidence.  We focus on one new tune as tune of the month and then add this to the tunebook.

Ewell is in Surrey but close to the South West London border, both pubs are close to good road and rail links as well as decent parking.
We welcome players of any acoustic instrument capable of playing in D, G and Em.  Our focus is broadly on English tunes.

First Green Man session is tomorrow night from 7.30pm.

New joint website for both sessions follows shortly... probs when I stop going to so many festivals for the Autumn.  In the meantime we have a Facebook group
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Re: Ewell (Surrey) sessions
« Reply #1 on: September 01, 2018, 06:18:02 PM »

See you next month Helena.  Currently doing culture in Northern Italy.  Got the Tommy with me for practice.

Elderly amateur musician hoping to stave off dementia by learning to play the melodeon.  Main instrument a Tommy, also D/G and G/C pokerworks, and a G/C Benny.  A single row 2 stop Hohner, and a new addition to the free reedery, a well used Hohner c-system chromatic button accordion.
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