Agnes, Hilda and I (Linnea) decided it was time for a little jamming. Two violins and an electric piano met according to the plan in Folk Practice Academy’s head quarters last Sunday.
As usual there is a great need for fika (extremely Swedish!) when we play, so between all Polish tunes, halling and schottis tunes we did manage to consume tea, cookies and fika. Unfortunately, Agnes forgot to bring her notorious home made chocolate balls, which have become a tradition at these kind of meetings, but I believe we survived anyway.
We looked on the old note books for new tunes, especially schottis, since we think we needed to learn some more. Hilda played along with the piano (she usually plays the trumpet) and accompanied the squeaking from Agnes and me. It was really groovy most of the time. We decided (together with Julia) to do some dance playing at Midvinterton in Olofström the first weekend in February!