Gail Webber


Location: Greensboro, NC
Country: US

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youtube videos: 19
images: 11
videos: 9

Come Thou Fount

streams: 24
video file: 7.1MB, 00:01:42

Gail Webber
03/01/15 02:01:48PM @gail-webber:

Thanks Dave and Christine. I appreciate it.

Christine Shoemaker
02/26/15 09:37:02PM @christine-shoemaker:

Very, very pretty Gail - thank you!

Gail Webber
02/26/15 10:34:17AM @gail-webber:

Thanks, Jan. Yes, we should definitely take our baritones to Wild Acres. It's become my favorite. It makes more noise when sliding because of the wound middle and bass string, but that's ok. I went to a local antique mall to look for a good chair to use and found this one. It's about right for my short legs and I love the lines of it. Take care and safe travels back next week. We got about 6 inches of snow here last night.

Jan Potts
02/25/15 11:27:22PM @jan-potts:

ps...if I'm not mistaken, that chair is made of cherry, as well! Very dainty!Smile.gif

Jan Potts
02/25/15 11:25:12PM @jan-potts:

Gail, let's both bring our baritones to the retreat and we can do some pretty harmonies! This is so soothing and would even work as a lullaby. I know 2 tunes for this song, but this is the one I learned first. Great job!

Gail Webber
02/25/15 06:35:50PM @gail-webber:

Thanks Ron, Robin and Ken. Ken, I already had my strap snapped on so I didn't have to fumble with it on video - hence a little shuffling. I went to a local antique mall and found that little chair. It turned out to be just the right height for my short legs.

Ron Larson2
02/25/15 06:30:32PM @ron-larson2:

Seen the strap under the legs before, Gail - one instructor say it was to allow you to move dulcimer left and right. Lovely song would love to learn it. Thank you for sharing.

Robin Clark
02/25/15 06:28:20PM @robin-clark:

Oh that's lovely Smile.gif

Ken Backer
02/25/15 06:06:21PM @ken-backer:

That is soooo pretty, Gail. Nice little harmonic on the end.Grin.gif You have your strap around the back of your legs in the chair shuffle? Am I missing something here? Nice chair, though.

Gail Webber
02/25/15 11:54:11AM @gail-webber:

Thanks, Lexie.

Lexie R Oakley
02/25/15 11:46:08AM @lexie-r-oakley:

Beautiful Gail, love this song.

Gail Webber
02/25/15 09:50:16AM @gail-webber:

Thanks everyone. I just love the deeper voice of my new baritone for a change.

John Keane
02/25/15 05:49:24AM @john-keane:

The instrument sounds wonderful (so does the player). I saw that nice work with the! Smile.gif

Greg Patterson
02/24/15 09:50:34PM @greg-patterson:

Very nice, one of my favorite old hymns

Patty from Virginia
02/24/15 08:54:09PM @patty-from-virginia:

I love this on your baritone113.gif

Gail Webber
02/24/15 07:28:10PM @gail-webber:

Thanks Gordon and Cynthia. I also recorded a faster tune and uploaded it, but it didn't come through - I'll have to try it again. Did you notice my shuffle from the camera to the chair because I have my strap around the back of my legs? Smile.gif

Gordon Hardy
02/24/15 05:48:49PM @gordon-hardy:

You play so sweetly, Gail. Thank you for this.

Cynthia Wigington
02/24/15 05:36:32PM @cynthia-wigington:
A very sweet version of one of my favorites, and that's also a beautiful baritone.
Gail Webber
02/24/15 05:29:45PM @gail-webber:

I heard Cindy Stammich play her beautiful version of this on her baritone and it inspired me to get a baritone. This version isn't nearly as beautiful as hers, but it's the first one I played on this one. It's a McSpadden cherry with redwood top, tuned AEa.