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Oct. 14th, 2002

I forgot to mention: on Saturday night, I was talking to Gerry, who did some hard-shoe dancing in our program and who, incidentally, owns an Irish dancing school in Portland (I'm thinking of taking classes after the wedding); and she said she also plays the Irish pennywhistle and would "cut me a deal" if I wanted to use her in my ceremony. So I'm wondering if I should scrap my idea of having a classical guitar for the processional and recessional, and have Gerry play the whistle instead. Whaddaya think?

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erinmv
Oct. 14th, 2002 02:45 pm (UTC)
I think it would be very unique. Especially since you know her and she's willing to give you a deal. I do think, though, that classical guitar and pennywhistles sound completely different and will create a different mood, so it all depends on what mood you are looking for in your wedding. Could you have classical guitar for the processional and pennywhistle for the recessional or something like that?
rivulet
Oct. 14th, 2002 03:51 pm (UTC)
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If I did that, I'd have to pay lots more for two different musicians (I think they have a base fee) than if I just had one there. And I think that either one of the moods would go well with where I am and what the dress is like and stuff. I'm going to ask Mom what she thinks, too. :)
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