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    Default Greetings from Germany!

    Greetings from Bavaria!
    I work for www.musicalion.com, an online music library offering an ever-expanding collection of currently 14,000 compositions, complete with first-page preview and audio file. Members may download and print up to 100 works per week and even set up their own website.
    I am also a violinist and violist freelancing and teaching in Bavaria. I was born, grew up and worked in the U.S.A. before falling in love with a wonderful German man and moving here.
    Happy music-making to all!

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    Greetings from the pacific NW of the US. Look forward to your posts.

    Jim

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    Dear Jim,
    thanks for your quick and friendly reply! Excuse the stupid question: I thought Vancouver was in Canada?!?
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    I live in Vancouver, Washington. Our city was established in 1825, way before the Canadian city. Both are beautiful and named after the same famed mariner.
    The Vancouver I reside in is located across the river from Portland,Oregon.

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    Hi Musiclion, Nice site with lots of interesting suff. Will make a point of an extended visit very soon!
    FC

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    hi!

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    Thanks, Jim, David and FC!
    Jim, I checked out Vancouver, Washington online and it indeed seems to have a lot to offer.
    FC, thanks for your compliments on the Musicalion website, we do have over 14,000 compositions to download which is much more than most sites, I believe. Let me know if you find any German terms on the site that I missed translating!!
    All the best,
    Eve
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    Welcome aboard to Talk Classical, Eve.
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