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· Forum Contributor 2011, SOTW's pedantic pet rodent
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I say GWARdala, on the basis that it's italian derived. Probably wrong (again!)
 

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Can't concentrate on how to pronounce anything, with a Mauriat advert whizzing up and down the side, James Carter flashing RooPads at me from above - and now all my details seem to have escaped from the discretely small box at the side and become a stonking great banner across the page....:(

I may just have to invest in some shades......
 

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cmelodysax said:
Can't concentrate on how to pronounce anything, with a Mauriat advert whizzing up and down the side, James Carter flashing RooPads at me from above - and now all my details seem to have escaped from the discretely small box at the side and become a stonking great banner across the page....:(

I may just have to invest in some shades......
:sign5:
 

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Hmmm.... Now there's space for some more ads/banners at the side of the page :D Changing times, huh guys ?

"Gwar - dahla"
 

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Gard - aar - la.

I know someone that calls Yanagisawa 'Yaganakasaki' - I wonder if there'll be a cheapo sax with this name soon? There are Chinese-built instruments with Japanese-sounding names - I seem to remember a flute on eBay going by the name 'Miyazaki' or similar.
 

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Reedsplinter said:
Daliahs have homeopathic properties. Are you a homeopath?
I try to stop drinking at gigs that way!

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Chewbaca, by the way.
I don't even know her! Is she Bob's sister?
 

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In case anyone's curious...

After recently hearing someone pronounce the drummer Paul Motian's name "Mo-tee-ahn" I decided to look it up. I always thought it was just "Mo-shun." I found an interview with Motian saying the following (my paraphrase, if memory serves):

Due to Armenian descent, the correct pronunciation is "Mo-tee-uhn." At first, he tried to get everyone to pronounce it correctly, though most assumed it was "Mo-shun." But eventually, he gave up and now actually goes by "Mo-shun."

So, I'm going to keep saying "Mo-shun," mainly just because it sounds way cooler. You may not care, but I was curious, so now you have to hear about it.:D


...By the way, I say "Gar-dah-luh," but I have no reason to think that's correct, other than I can read...at leest uh loodel.
 
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