Kathryn Bruno


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Hello All, I was wondering if you might have a suggestion as to which...
@Kathryn Bruno 8 years ago - Comments: 4

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Henry W. Pere, Jr.
02/08/15 09:53:53AM @henry-w-pere-jr:

Thanks Kathryn. I wanted to respond directly to your comments, however, when I clicked accept, I lost the message. I remember some of your comment though. I usually check my e-mails every day multiple times and usually thereis at least one from a member of Friends of the Mountain Dulcimer concerning any of the subjects of concern for forum members. There have been quiet a few concerning making dulcimersand I'm interested in that subject since I'm in the process of planning to make a Cigar box dulcimer for one of my granddaughters. Well that's all. May see you tomorrow knight at our meeting. Henry

Henry W. Pere, Jr.
01/04/15 09:36:23PM @henry-w-pere-jr:

Hi, Kathryn I just this pass week became a member of FOMD and in surfacing the new membership list learned that you had recently become a member. I'm sure we will both enjoy it. In ready your profile I realized that you, as i suspected, were considerably more advanced than I was musically and you are still way ahead of me musically.


Gary McNaughton
12/21/14 02:14:18PM @gary-mcnaughton:
Thank you for your advice! You are very kind;Merry Christmas to you and a Happy New YearGary :-)
Jim Fawcett
11/15/14 04:41:45PM @jim-fawcett:

Hey Kathryn, welcome aboard. Glad ya found us.

Karen Keane
11/14/14 06:08:39PM @karen-keane:
Hello and welcome to the site. This is a great place to share ideas and listen to music. I hope you enjoy!
Marsha Harris
11/14/14 01:22:51PM @marsha-harris:

Regarding your question about Civil War period clothing, there are numerous sutlers that make dresses, but they can cost a bit. Just a matter of internet search. Sometimes ebay has a selection. If you are handy at sewing, you can get a historic pattern from a sutler. Sometimes costume patterns are not necessarily historic. A garibaldi style blouse, period style skirt, hoop skirt underneath and a Medici belt will be just fine. I don't wear anything too fancy since I'm usually calling dances and sometimes need to move between the dancers or I'm playing music and want to be comfortable. A woman's hair was kept up. I usually use a net or snood to hold my hair off my back or put it in a bun. Shoes are another part. I have some that are in the style of the period. Sometimes you can find a tie shoe that looks like leather. I will sometimes wear a hat that is of the time period (more or less). When it's cold out or in the heat it helps.

John Keane
11/14/14 07:30:58AM @john-keane:

Hey! For videos, the only way to do it where everyone can see it is by a youtube link. People with iPads can't see videos loaded directly to the site. For still pics, there is a place on your page to click on (add photos) and then double click the image that you want. Smile.gif

Jak Stallings
11/14/14 06:53:13AM @jak-stallings:
Hey Kathryn. Glad you joined the group here.
Marsha Harris
11/13/14 11:09:29PM @marsha-harris:

Welcome Kathryn, you have a good weekend too. Course for me, everyday could be considered a weekend. Marsha

Ben Barr Jr
11/13/14 09:40:54AM @benjamin-w-barr-jr:

Hi Kathryn, and welcome to the wonderful world of the Friends of the Mountain Dulcimer. It's a good place to come, spend some time, learn about the dulcimer, and to meet some good people.


Rob N Lackey
11/13/14 05:17:23AM @rob-n-lackey:

Welcome, Kathryn, to this little corner of dulcimer heaven. Hope you enjoy it here.


John Keane
11/13/14 04:51:36AM @john-keane:

Howdy Katie Bug! Welcome to FOTMD! Smile.gif

Ken Longfield
11/12/14 11:20:44PM @ken-longfield:

Welcome to FOTMD Kathryn. It's good to have you aboard.


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