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  1. Vincent van Gogh was into music?

    Hi All,

    I wanted to let you know about a discovery a player from my local band has done...
    In the archives he found an old list of honorary members..... and on Nr. 64 there was Vincent van Gogh.

    This puts the life of Vincent van Gogh in a whole new perspective (at least the period where he lived in my home town: Nuenen)

    Check out the article 4BarsRest did about the discovery....

    https://4barsrest.com/news/47844/vin...h-was-once-ere
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    Fascinating! Thanks for sharing!
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    Yeah, but he didn't have a very good ear for music.
    Jawel, maar hij had geen oor voor muziek!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snorlax View Post
    Yeah, but he didn't have a very good ear for music.
    Jawel, maar hij had geen oor voor muziek!
    Good one Jim!
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    At least he could lend you an ear...

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