Use for old 78s

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Message 7829 · 29 May 1997 20:22:37 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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In a message dated 97-05-28 13:45:08 EDT, Gre Reznick writes:

> Though I'm not qualified to participate in the competition, I did find
> something interesting when going through a stack of old '78s my parents
> gave me. I found a disk from the Collection of Folk Tunes and Dances as
> Compiled by Mrs. Henry Ford titled "Money Musk". I don't know if that is
> an accepted alternate spelling, an Americanism, or just an isolated
> instance. (The other amusement was found in the fact that my
> fourteen-year-old had no idea what those hard black disks were for!)
>

Greg,

I have a suggestion. Muriel Johnstone gave me a gift which made excellent
use of an old 78. She found a clockmaker in Berwick who will make clocks out
of almost anything, including old 78s. I now have my own copy of "Madge
Wildfire's Strathspey" ticking away on the wall of our pub.

Marjorie McLaughlin
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