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Alexandra
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Tudor instruments?

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Hey, i go to kentwell hall to reennact and i want to be a player!
Does anyone know where i could buy something such as a small or tambourine.Must be authentic and not tooooo expencive! Am i asking too much perhaps :D
Tibby x

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Maybe something in the Used Instrument Agency or the kits at The Early Music Shop?

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We can help you out here have them in stock
hand drums and Timbrels

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http://www.busymolemusic.co.uk/othermus ... uments.htm

im interested in the Atlas 8" Tabor Drum and the Timbrel. Can anyone tell me if these would be suitable for kentwell, is anyone called Tamsin Lewis out there ? lol
many thanks! Tibby x xx

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I'd say the timbrel would be better but am not a percussion expert...
Not sure about painted drums for Kentwell, though am ready to be put right on this

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Thanks Tamsin, is there anyone out there who could confirm this please :)
Tibby xx

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May be as well to ask the people at Kentwell, I suppose we are hardly impartial but would have to say you would most likly be better off with the timbrel.
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Thanks, have done. Tibby x
PS.You have some really nice instruments on your site! :D

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Post by Alexandra »

Thanks, have done. Tibby x
PS.You have some really nice instruments on your site! :D

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