This chapter looks at the ways in which local notions of space, place and gender are mutually constitutive with the local music scene. It focuses on methods of analysis used by ethnomusicologists, anthropologists and ethnographers of musical performance. Musical performance practice is more than poetry in motion; lyra music is 'power-geometry' in motion and is the space 'full of power and symbolism, a complex web of relations of domination and subordination, of solidarity and cooperation'. The chapter presents the lessons on local instruments. It describes the activities of musicians and musical entrepreneurs in notes, interviews, recordings, photographs, and on film, in a variety of contexts from remote mountain villages to recording studios. The chapter considers the stages of a wedding celebration in Anoyia village which took place on 29 June 1991.