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Sunday, 15 January 2017

Honoring the PPCLI and The Equipment Set up for France

Here is a video that I put together in the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) Memorial Hall of Honor of me playing Amazing grace.  Please note that this is not the completed Vimy Flute.  This was an opportunity to honor the fallen soldiers of the PPCLI as well as test out my setup for France.  I will be creating several films such as this at the different battlefields I visit in France and the Netherlands.  These videos are meant to help educate people about these battles and to remember those who sacrificed so much.  I hope you keep coming back to my blog or Facebook to see the videos.

I also want to give a shout out to Canada Drone Sales http://www.canadadrones.ca/ who supplied me with some video equipment which made making these videos possible.  These guy are great and if you are in the marked for something like the OSMO (which I used to film this video) please check them out.  If you are looking for some fun drones or heavy duty work drones also check them out. Thanks again Brian!

I also want to give a big thanks to everyone who have donated to my project Go Fund Me page so far.  I was able to buy a key piece of equipment, the Roland Mobile Cub Amp.  This is going to let me play to larger groups with that awesome sound.  I am still in need of a much better instrument mic, some specialty cords, and also a hard case to protect the Vimy flute once it is complete.  One way or another I am sure I will find a way to make it work, though if you are willing to help me out with a small donation I would greatly appreciate it as it will support me in ensuring I have the right things I need to do the best job possible. https://www.gofundme.com/the-vimy-flute-100-years

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