Yellow-tailed Folk-cockatoos

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Subject: Yellow-tailed Folk-cockatoos
From: "Ian Fraser" <>
Date: Sun, 27 Mar 2005 17:05:08 +1000
Both Martin and I have been commenting on the (very positive) contribution made to the Folk Festival by the omnipresent B-cockies. Martin, with some acerbity, noted that that they are "relatively tuneful compared to a couple of the bands". I am more mellow and merely observe that they complement the human music; they go especially well with a violin, I find.

Hope your long weekend has been rewarding.

best all

Ian Fraser,  
Environment Tours; Vertego Environmental Wordsmithing
GPO Box 3268, Canberra, ACT 2601
ph: 02 6249 1560  fax: 02 6247 3227

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