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    Kind of cool being up on the big screen with Kelsi --

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    Haven't posted anything in a while. Here's Lauren Price Napier (from the Price Sisters).
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim simpson View Post
    Haven't posted anything in a while. Here's Lauren Price Napier (from the Price Sisters).
    Can't seem to link the image itself here, but if you scroll down in this article to the album cover of the Price Sisters, with Lauren and her twin sister holding their instruments ... well, there's just a lot to like about that picture.

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    Sisters Amelia “Amy” (1835-1929) and Louisa “Lou” (1826-1902) Van Vleck were music teachers at Salem Academy and College in Winston-Salem, NC. Amy taught for 50 years (1859-1909) and Lou taught for 51 years (1851-1902).

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck3 View Post
    Can't seem to link the image itself here, but if you scroll down in this article to the album cover of the Price Sisters, with Lauren and her twin sister holding their instruments ... well, there's just a lot to like about that picture.

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    Probably already posted, but it got me to thinking about what the mandolin symbolized in those days.
    Five string?

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