Séamus Tansey: Trolling Tansey
Hi. Just got a phone call from Seamus Tansey, he is delighted with the piece and has asked me to send him sincerest thanks to you for publishing it. He says he feels vindicated. I suppose now we might get some interest from flute forum on Chip and Fipple or the lads on the Session.org.
Once again many thanks.
Dear Editor, my name is Jen and I’m a writer at Jen Reviews. I was doing research on violins and just finished reading your wonderful blog post: folkworld.eu/44/e/greece.html. In that article, I noticed that you cited a solid post that I’ve read in the past: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Violin.
I just finished writing a guide that is even more detailed, updated and comprehensive on how to choose a violin, 10 factors to consider according to science. It is over 7,000 words and packed with practical tips and advice. You can find it here: www.jenreviews.com/violin/.
If you like the guide we’d be humbled if you cited us in your article. Of course, we will also share your article with our 50k newsletter subscribers and followers across our social platforms.
Either way, keep up the great work!
Happy New Year! My name is Jason and I own ClickitTicket.com. I was viewing your site today and noticed that a link wasn't working on this page of yours: www.folkworld.eu/22/d/toms.html
This page that you linked to doesn't seem to exist anymore: w3.rz-berlin.mpg.de/cmp/beethoven.html (the link text on your page says 'beethoven').
Actually, I recently created and posted a new and extensive page that covers Beethoven even better, see www.clickitticket.com/beethoven.html. I'd be honored if you'd consider replacing the bad link on your page with the link to our page. You'd be fixing a broken link on your site too.
Hope that helps you and keep up the great work with the site in 2018!