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#2332095 - 09/29/14 03:13 AM New Kawai CN35
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Whilst recently driving through a remote part of Wales, remote by UK standards, I called into the little church which is adjacent to the ruins of the Strata Florida Monastery. In the church the two ladies in there showed me there new piano, a Kawai CN34 (I took a photo but it got lost in cyberspace somewhere on these forums). I congratulated the ladies on them having the CN34 as I had only the previous CN33 model. I can't wait until I go past there again next Summer to tell them if they'd waited they could have bought the much superior CN35, with it's new keyboard, although, the CN36 may have superseded it by then. grin

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#2332152 - 09/29/14 10:08 AM Re: New Kawai CN35 [Re: bluebilly]
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You'll be glad to know the two old ladies will be telling everybody who'll listen (in welsh of course) about their CN34 for many years yet. They'll never worry or even know about an upgrade.. . .funny thing about Welsh folk. They always seem to know who speaks the lingo and who doesn't. I do Wales often and nobody's ever spoke to me in Welsh. Not one. . .
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#2332281 - 09/29/14 05:59 PM Re: New Kawai CN35 [Re: peterws]
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Originally Posted By: peterws
You'll be glad to know the two old ladies will be telling everybody who'll listen (in welsh of course) about their CN34 for many years yet. They'll never worry or even know about an upgrade.. . .funny thing about Welsh folk. They always seem to know who speaks the lingo and who doesn't. I do Wales often and nobody's ever spoke to me in Welsh. Not one. . .

Strangely enough both ladies were English, the local community is very small but there are a few ex-pat English amongst them.

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#2332682 - Yesterday at 05:16 PM Re: New Kawai CN35 [Re: bluebilly]
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Originally Posted By: bluebilly
Originally Posted By: peterws
You'll be glad to know the two old ladies will be telling everybody who'll listen (in welsh of course) about their CN34 for many years yet. They'll never worry or even know about an upgrade.. . .funny thing about Welsh folk. They always seem to know who speaks the lingo and who doesn't. I do Wales often and nobody's ever spoke to me in Welsh. Not one. . .

Strangely enough both ladies were English, the local community is very small but there are a few ex-pat English amongst them.


Betcha they've picked up Welsh by now. . .
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#2333039 - 1 minute 59 seconds ago Re: New Kawai CN35 [Re: peterws]
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Originally Posted By: peterws
Originally Posted By: bluebilly
Originally Posted By: peterws
You'll be glad to know the two old ladies will be telling everybody who'll listen (in welsh of course) about their CN34 for many years yet. They'll never worry or even know about an upgrade.. . .funny thing about Welsh folk. They always seem to know who speaks the lingo and who doesn't. I do Wales often and nobody's ever spoke to me in Welsh. Not one. . .

Strangely enough both ladies were English, the local community is very small but there are a few ex-pat English amongst them.


Betcha they've picked up Welsh by now. . .

Beth yw'r betio maent yn eu defnyddio Google Translate ? laugh

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