Talk:Biguine

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Is this the island spelling? Or a misspelling of Beguine by someone who does not know "Begin the Beguine" or who a béguine was.

--Wetman 14:33, 6 Mar 2005 (UTC)

No it is the correct spelling for this kind of music. A good friend of mine (Ruud Hulshof // Netherlands) who is a huge fan of this style of music and who is great painter and artist has based alot of his work on this era.Of this a very little known music or like he loves to call it the "hardrock of the thirties" he likes to blast it from his stereo and even in his car. While uttering remarks like ; ' listen to that clarinet' or 'check the trombone'

He has collected alot of the recordings that survived from libraries and old reproductions, compilations the quality lacks on some of those but if you listen beyond that you can haer some wonderful and exciting music

Jon Sandell Netherlands 09:30, 16 oct 2005

Son of origins[edit]

Where does the name come from? TREKphiler hit me ♠ 10:30, 13 July 2008 (UTC)