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When I was in grade school in Seattle in the 1950s, everyone was expected to pick an instrument to learn, in the fourth grade. I chose the violin. I enjoyed playing in the school orchestras at the two elementary schools I attended (one before, one after our move from central Seattle to the north end). […]
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