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Date: 2017-04-24 01:02 pm (UTC)
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I myself am completely unmusical and know none of this stuff. But I have a friend who now and then takes himself off to informal Irish folk sessions at a local pub, where you turn up with your instrument and join in with whatever they're playing, or not, depending on whether you know it and whether you want to improvise. I've been taken along to a couple of these and they've been remarkably jolly. He plays the penny whistle rather than the alto recorder, and I have no idea what that implies for genres of acceptable music, but if I were doing that I would start by looking for a pub that does drop-in relevant music sessions, and I would install myself in a corner with a drink and a book, and watch to see what the music is. (Much better than normal pubs for visiting on your own, because once they start playing the music nobody tries to talk to you...)
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