When I was in high school, way back in the middle of the last century, I came by two musical instruments from a local secondhand store. For a total “investment” of about seventy-five cents I got a ukulele and—of all things—a bugle, both made of “genuine” plastic. The uke was probably a cheap “Carnival” but […]UKULELE MUSING 2020: No. 44, 17 October 2020: Only Five Notes Vs. Over Fifty! — NOHO BANJO & UKULELE MUSINGS
SUNDAY, April 11/2021@010:27-SCROLL DOWN UNTIL YOU VISUALLY SEE, LAST POST, BY ROYAL/BRITISH ARMY: THEN AFTER IT IS PLAYED; TWO MINUTES SILENCE, IN REGARDS TO HRH PRINCE Philip MOUNTBATTEN, ROYAL NAVY/W.W.II-1939/1945, SERVING IN HIS MAJESTY’S SHIPS…RAMILLIES, VALIANT, SHROPSHIRE, KENT, WALLACE, WHELP, AND IN HIS MAJESTY’S STONE FRIGATES/SHORE ESTABLISHMENTS…LEST WE FORGET, LEST WE FORGET!!!
R.I.P., HRH PRINCE Philip MOUNTBATTEN; ON ALL THE OCEANS THE WHITE CAPS FLOW.
Yours Aye: Brian Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Present Day Naval-Military Analyst, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
LAST POST CREDIT: British Army.