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Old 03-13-2021, 10:58 AM
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... a familly with that name is recorded as living around the right place in the 14th C...
I knew I'd find something on-topic if I looked hard enough. :-)
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I knew I'd find something on-topic if I looked hard enough. :-)
Imagine monks with quills furiously notating the lute and whistle
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Old 03-13-2021, 11:22 AM
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Imagine monks with quills furiously notating the lute and whistle
And imagine lute and whistle players wondering what notation is. :-)
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Starbucks, there's a story from the old country. From the Old Norse name for sedge( star) and river(beck), a Viking familly settled by a sedgey river near Harrogate in North Yorkshire and came to be known after their home as Starbeck but one letter got changed so morphed into Starbuck , a familly with that name is recorded as living around the right place in the 14th C, long after the Vikings first showed up. Eventually a branch of the Starbucks became Quakers and emigrated to Nantucket to become a famous whaling dynasty, the name then got into Herman Melville's novel about whaling, Moby Dick. One of the founders of the original coffee shop in Seattle was a big fan of the book and he persuaded the other shareholders to name the shop Starbucks after the first mate of the whaling ship.
Oooo! Sedges! I've often stopped at Starbuck's after a moist morning collecting sedges.

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That tribute to Burke sounded great, and Brent you covered those quick guitar passages without a hitch.
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Old 03-13-2021, 12:09 PM
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That tribute to Burke sounded great, and Brent you covered those quick guitar passages without a hitch.
Don't ask me to sit down and do it in front of you. :-)
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