Noah Cline

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Location: Burlington, WV
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Duration: 00:03:02
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Another mountain banjo and dulcimer duet (banjo #9, dulcimer #2). Starting to appreciate lower tunings on dulcimer. Just about perfected the whole split-screen thing.

Banjo tuning: eAEAB (gCGCD relative)
Dulcimer tuning: AAA (bass string is dropped an octave below the middle string “A,” and the melody string is dropped to the same pitch as the middle string)
Noah Cline
04/10/22 12:17:32PM @noah-cline:

kjb:

Great job. Thanks for posting.

Thanks!


kjb
04/06/22 08:11:31PM @kjb:

Great job. Thanks for posting.


Noah Cline
04/02/22 07:44:10PM @noah-cline:

Ken Longfield:

Good job Noah. I enjoyed the video. Does one need a split personality to play a duet with one's self?

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

Ha! Thanks, Ken!


Ken Longfield
04/02/22 07:00:45PM @ken-longfield:

Good job Noah. I enjoyed the video. Does one need a split personality to play a duet with one's self?

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."


Noah Cline
04/02/22 06:14:27PM @noah-cline:

Strumelia:


At first look, my thought was- are those two guys brothers?? lolol!


This is so awesome Noah!!


Also... nice gourd banjer on the wall!  banjo





Lol thanks! 


Strumelia
04/02/22 07:49:03AM @strumelia:

At first look, my thought was- are those two guys brothers?? lolol!

This is so awesome Noah!!

Also... nice gourd banjer on the wall!  banjo


Noah Cline
04/01/22 07:20:57PM @noah-cline:

Robin Thompson:

How cool, Noah!  I haven't heard this tune in ages-- so neat to see/hear you play it!

Thanks, Robin! I made the video about a year ago but never posted it to this forum. 


Robin Thompson
04/01/22 06:44:11PM @robin-thompson:

How cool, Noah!  I haven't heard this tune in ages-- so neat to see/hear you play it!