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July 11, 1976 continued Ribbon in typewriter a mess 2 but a fat little boy about age 11 yr. He had played a violin solo in N.Y. My Ron was studying trombone; my daughter piano - both skilled. Our families like most had music in the home by the families. In our Aviation (WACO aircraft) world - and my Soaring 1930-1931 Elvira N.Y. - FAI #37 - First for American Women - our love of music was enjoyed constantly at Constitution Hall - Wash; D.C. where - like theatre we had season tickets. (The best theatre came to Wash. D.C. in the 1930's). Today I listen to the five looking Yehudi Menuhin (Thr. program)! - - - - - - - - - - The piano duet by two [[strike-though]] Menhin [[/strike-through]] Menuhin women by Baldwin pianos. TV programs use Baldwin pianos for most fine music. Another story. (Oscar Brambach x x x x x x x x x x x x x [[arrow pointing downwards]] Before WarOne - a German boy with an ear for music and hand skills, married a French girl of talents. They came to America
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