Definition of 'hurdy-gurdy'
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But Anna sang on, her voice rising like a shaft of pure melancholy in the cold air, now evoking Schubert's poignant hurdy-gurdy man.DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2004)
LOST BOY LOST GIRL (2004)
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