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81. The Music maker

Frederick Bear suggested to Theodore that they sit down on a bench for a while. They found a good seat close to the music makers and in a few minutes the violin player came over to them.  He played a song for them and then sat down on the bench next to Theodore.  "Now this is a special day," he said, "this is the first time I have had two bears listen to me play. What are you doing here in the city?"  Theodore felt a bit shy as so many eyes were now on him and he said, "Hello, Mr Violin Man, I am traveling around the world and my friend here brought me to see the big city by night. Thank you for playing for us."  "That was my pleasure," said the violin player, "I wonder, do you think you could play my violin?  Look, it's easy, you just hold it under your chin, press on the strings and stroke the bow across them.  Here, try." and he handed the violin and bow to Theodore.


Anonymous said...

This is going to be fun. I wonder if Theodore can play the violin. . . .

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