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SING IT LOUD! It’s GIVEAWAY TIME!
Be in the running to WIN the groovalicious hardback picture book, The Trouble in Tune Town by talented author, Maura Pierlot and extraordinary illustrator, Sophie Norsa!
To enter, simply tell us in 25 words or less, ‘What instrument do you describe yourself as?’
Here’s Maura’s example: a violin – a long neck, a few curves and variable tones … often warm and expressive, occasionally screechy.
*Open to Australian residents only. To enter, comment on this post or on social media. Winner will be notified via email and/or Facebook and will be required to provide an Australian postal address. Prizes courtesy of, and sent by Maura Pierlot. Enter as many times as you like. Winner will be selected at random. No further correspondence will be entered into. Closes midnight AEST Friday May 11, 2018. – COMPETITION NOW CLOSED
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The Trouble in Tune Town will be officially launched on Sunday May 6 at the National Library of Australia, Canberra from 2PM, in association with Music for Canberra. There will music, activities, book reading and signing. Click the image for details.
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12 thoughts to “Sing it Loud! It’s Giveaway Time!”
What instrument are you? An old untuned grand piano. I’m ageing and creaky but if you’re gentle and nice, you can still get some excellent tunes out of me. Plus I hold lots of grand memories from my hey day!
Ha! Oh, you’re always fresh and energetic, Anne! 🙂
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A Ukulele – cheeky and fun and not at all highbrow!
Haha! Love it! Thanks Debra! 🙂
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I’m a fiddle – because I love how the fiddle brings such good energy and makes people want to dance))
So much fun! Thanks Kirsten! 🙂
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A flute, because my voice is quiet and lilting.
Love that! Thanks for your entry! 🙂