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    BethanyM
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    I grew up as a missionary kid in Papua New Guinea, so my violin has had a trip around the world. 🙂 The people on the island I lived on didn’t even know what a violin was or what it sounded like until I brought it. It certainly had people curious, that’s for sure!

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    kathyk
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    My violin went to Berea Kentucky.

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    Prog1
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    albuquerque

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    murakami sandy
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    from france to japan

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    silvergirl
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    Sanibel Island, Florida; Roswell NM; el paso TX, Mayo Clinic Rochester MN

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    beccafico
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    Upana caves; some caves have amazing resonance!

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    hmoulding
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    I got mine almost 50 years ago in Germany, and took it with me to Utah. A few years later I was in the Golden Spike Youth Orchestra, and we performed in Philadelphia for the Bicentennial in 1976. Since then, however, it’s been a stay at home fiddle. My kids took it to school when they were learning, but they didn’t do anything terribly exciting. Traveling with a violin these days is nerve wracking, between airlines giving you a hard time and customs having a problem with the parts that might be ivory or ebony…

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