Eleanor Plunkett on Mountain Dulcimer performed by Judith Giddings
Arranged and performed by Judith Giddings on a Schnaufer model McSpadden dulcimer, CGC tuning. Eleanor Plunkett, written by Turlough O'Carolan (1670-1738) Ir...
Beautifully done Judith. I really enjoyed that (though I enjoy all of your playing). :)
I like it.
Very, very much.
Thanks, Helen and Karen, for your kind comments. Helen, there is more of my playing on my YouTube Channel. Just type my name, Judith Giddings, into the search box.
A beautiful start to my day Judith. Thank you so much... more please.
Thanks for the nice comments. The arrangement has actually evolved since that was posted to something I like even better. Hope to record it one of these days.
Rob, the amp is a Roland MicroCube. I love it... it's very versatile and works well for my hospice playing as it will run on 6 AA batteries for 8 hours and only weighs 7 1/2 pounds.
That was quite beautiful, both the tune and your arrangement, and one which, if I had heard before, I'd forgotten. Is the amp I see beside you a Fender? More... more.... encore... encore
Very lovely! Thank you for sharing.
Thank you all for your kind and encouraging comments!
Very pretty. You always get such a perfect tone out of your dulcimer. And your playing is both precise and expressive. That's also a nifty trick when you slide the dulcimer over to access the upper register.
Such a pretty tune...thanks for doing that.
Both the arrangement and your play are so very lovely, Judith.