Playing from memory rather than sight

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Re: Playing from memory rather than sight

Post by Feg » 03 Jul 2014, 16:27

dave brum wrote:...but alas, no toddling down to Presto tonight to take a butchers at the new syllabi, and whatever else might have been published today. A massive pile of bedlinen and an ironing board awaits me.
You iron bedlinen? Sheets etc get washed, dried and folded in this house.

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Re: Playing from memory rather than sight

Post by Gill the Piano » 03 Jul 2014, 16:45

FOLDED? Blimey, that's posh... :lol:
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Re: Playing from memory rather than sight

Post by dave brum » 03 Jul 2014, 16:51

The ones we've got from Ikea HAVE to be ironed, even when spun at a low spinspeed. Done most of the bedlinen now plus all of the clothes I've got. Now I'm having a break before I tackle the largest item, the duvet cover.
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