Scottish Music. “Dance of life.”

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Dance of Life.
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14 thoughts on “Scottish Music. “Dance of life.””

  1. This is so relaxing and beautiful! Also, I like to follow along on my kazoo. I took up the kazoo because I feel it helps strengthen the muscles in my throat – you must hum to make it play, I’ve learned at least one line so far – lots of fun!

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