Friday, March 8, 2013
Zimbelmann: My 1st Zills Egyptian Brass
He said I needed to get some.
Ironically, my name "Zimbleman" comes from the original German surname "Zimbelmann" coming from the root "Zimbeln" (zills) & "Mann" (man) which means "zill player" or can translate to "dulcimer player" or "zither player".
Very Oriental, right?
I thought we just descended from just farmer/clock-makers & craftsmen.
But, apparently, my ancestors in ancient Germania were musicians. Well, it makes sense, since all my family in my father's family are very musical in all things. Music is almost sacred (if not totally scared) to my father, brothers, my grandfather, my grandfather's family...
But, then later he says my bellydancing embarrasses him. IDK
I should practice more. It's good for your brain!
Labels: Ägypter, Belly dance, Egyptian, finger symbols, genealogy, German, girl, Kandice Zimbleman, lady, music, woman, zills, Zimbelmann
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