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News of the week of November 20, 2012

Meeting Report

We played:

  • Telemann, Sonata in G
  • Loeillet, Sonata in A minor and Sonata in G major
  • Chédeville le Cadet, from Les Idées Françoises ou les Délices de Chambray: Les Jumaux, La Sandrillon, and March des Signes
  • Beatles duets
  • Weelkes, Four arms, two lips, one breathing

Schedule

We will be having dropin meetings as usual on Tuesdays at 7:45pm at my place .

Party

We need to schedule the Christmas party, if we're going to have one. So if you want to come, let me know which if any of the following dates will work for you:

  • Saturday, December 8
  • Saturday, December 15
  • Saturday, December 22

We'll start as usual at 4 or 5 in the afternoon, so if you have an evening concert you can drop in before or after.

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