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Excellent, Karen!
Thank you so much.
I recognize some of these, Itzhak Perlman (I was on the second row, 
right in front of him in a performance in Seattle! OMG). I have several 
of his CDs.

Andrew York, yes. I remember!
Thank you!!!
L.inda
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Linda M. Feltner
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On 5/3/17 9:25 PM, Karen Ackoff wrote:
>> On May 3, 2017, at 4:47 PM, OC Carlisle <[log in to unmask] 
>> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
>>
>> Interesting about all of this…my Yoga instructor spoke of the beauty 
>> of the birds all awakening just before sunrise…magical!
>
> At my house, it’s screaming banshees morning and at dusk (several 
> cockatoos). And I just rescued a Moluccan cockatoo who lived through a 
> horrific divorce (the husband threatened to kill the bird, rattled her 
> cage and threw things at her). She mimics what sounds like two people 
> arguing with a few choice words thrown in. Thankfully, cockatoos don’t 
> enunciate well, so I doubt most people would notice.
>
> I’ve discovered she loves peanut butter toast in the morning. All 3 
> dogs sit in front of her, waiting for her to drop something they can 
> snarf down. She actually fluffed herself up big and yelled at one of 
> my more persistent dogs this morning.
>
> Linda… some other names for you…
>
> You might like Bobby McFerrin’s Circlesongs, which are kind of 
> wordless rounds.
>
> Leo Kottke does instrumental guitar, an occasional song with lyrics.
>
> And oh my, you have to check out Enrike Solinis who plays baroque 
> guitar in ensembles - shades of flamenco and hints of jazz. 
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=maekYcb8s2U
>
> Itzhak Perlman, violin.
>
> John Williams, guitar.
>
> James Galway, flute.
>
> Don’t know if you like classical music comedy, but Peter Schickele is 
> brilliant as PDQ Bach. He does the 1812 Overture like a sportscast. If 
> you like this sort thing, Anna Russell pokes fun at opera in a similar 
> manner.
>
> Canadian Guitar Quartet.
>
> Sharon Isbin, guitar.
>
> Al Petteway, guitar.
>
> Gil Shaham, violin.
>
> Keith Jarrett does great jazz piano. I know he had some problems and 
> stopped playing for a long time, but I think he is playing again. Try 
> his solo work at Koln (improvisation). Jarrett sometimes sings as he 
> plays.
>
> Glenn Gould - the Goldberg Variations. Gould sometimes sings as he 
> plays also.
>
> David Helfgott, the pianist that the movie SHINE was made about, has 
> some recordings. The "Rach 3" alone is worth it (Rachmaninoff Concerto 
> Nr. 3). He does sometimes talk or mumble when he plays.
>
> Andrew York, guitar (I might have mentioned him in my previous email).
>
> That should keep you busy for a while.
>
> K
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