That sounds great, Anne! Great choice of music to play on that instrument, too.
WOW! Is it quieter, or louder? I am thinking of my daughters on their ukes and how I can never match their volume~HA HA! Beautifully played.
That is nicely played...like the sound; quiet.
Sounds very nice, Anne!
Thanks Steven ...
Very nice and peaceful. The sound reminds me of Andres Segovia!
I'm glad it had that effect ... Thanks
I love the sound and will be watching for a nylon strung dulcimer in the future. Somehow knowing that you are being recorded gets to a lot of us. Still, I think you hear mistakes no one else can hear.
Thank you ...
Anne, that was beautifully played and the sound called classical guitar to mind.
Than you Robyn... Any positive feedback from you is special..
That was lovely. I play that tune also and never tire of hearing it. Your playing was beautiful. :)
That's so nice coming from someone so familiar with the tune..
You played sweetly so any mistakes you made weren't noticeable. Thanks for sharing, love the sound! I would definitely be interested in trying nylon. Couple that with fingerpicking and you could simulate a classical guitar. Coincidentally I'm working on After the Tears by Tarrega and nylon would be perfect!Also I'm working on Malagueña on a low G uke and it has a wonderful classical guitar feel.
Thanks for that...
Thanks .. I do play it better, though, without the knowledge that it's being recorded...