excerpt from 'About Myself, 1863–1930' pp. 33 (50 words)

excerpt from 'About Myself, 1863–1930' pp. 33 (50 words)

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About Myself, 1863–1930

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We got music lessons also from an old handloom weaver, who—self-taught—could play many instruments, and who conducted the then famous Meltham Brass Band, and the famous Holmfirth Bell-ringers. My older brother and I would do the old duets, “All’s Well,” “Larboard Watch,” “Minute Gun at Sea,” etc.

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