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Michael Willis
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My son will be attending a percussion class, so we bought him the required bell kit. The day after buying it, I came home to find that he and my daughter had created this duet with the piano and the bell kit. They called it Rainy Day and asked me to record it. My younger son wanted in on the action, so he is the announcer at the beginning.

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A good start :)

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Cute :) It's so good they're into creating music at a young age, creativity needs to be nurtured.
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Michael Willis wrote:My son will be attending a percussion class, so we bought him the required bell kit. The day after buying it, I came home to find that he and my daughter had created this duet with the piano and the bell kit. They called it Rainy Day and asked me to record it. My younger son wanted in on the action, so he is the announcer at the beginning.

https://soundcloud.com/user-201997735/rainy-day
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