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Abbots Langley Winter Acoustic Concerts


Abbots Langley Community Centre Sunday 6thMarch 2011


Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer www.swan-dyer.co.uk


The third and last Winter Acoustic Concert of the season will have the Abbots Langley Commu- nity Centre ringing to the beautiful sound of the Swedish Nyckelharpa – a sort of cross between a violin and a harpsichord. And this is only one of the several instruments featured by this versa- tile duo, who also use guitar, accordion, flute and Scottish smallpipes to accompany their mixture of traditional and self-penned songs.


The concert runs from 3:00 to 5:00, (doors open at 2:30) Tickets are £8.00. As previously, tea, coffee and cakes will be served in the interval by the Dick‘s Folly crew - and I expect Vicki will be selling her marvel- lously varied hand-croched Swedish woollen hats too! As before this event is being supported by the South West Herts Narrowboat Project, which in 1989 purchased the Narrowboat ―Dick‘s Folly‖, swhertsnarrowboat.org.uk to offer day and eve- ning trips to a variety of organisations including Mencap and special needs school groups. Some of the proceeds of the event will go to this worth- while local charity. Booking details can be obtained by e-mailing ALConcerts@gmail.com, or call the organisers Tim and Lesley Brooks on 01923 264536


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