Beth T

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Location: Llantrisant
Country: Wales

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Beth T

Challenges of old age: connecting with digital hearing aids


I bought my first dulcimer (a walnut standard McSpadden) just over a...
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She Moved Through the Fair

She Moved Through the Fair


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Ble'r wyt ti'n myned? (Where are you going?)

Ble'r wyt ti'n myned? (Where...


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Pwt ar y Bys

Pwt ar y Bys


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Y Deryn Pur

Y Deryn Pur


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Meillionen

Meillionen


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Awn i Fethlem (a Welsh Christmas carol)

Awn i Fethlem (a Welsh...


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Si hei lwli

Si hei lwli


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Mil Harddach Wyt (a Welsh lullaby)

Mil Harddach Wyt (a Welsh...


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Myfanwy

Myfanwy


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Y Delyn Aur

Y Delyn Aur


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Tŷ a Gardd

Tŷ a Gardd


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Paid â Deud (Don't tell)

Paid â Deud (Don't tell)


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Wele gwawriodd dydd i’w gofio

Wele gwawriodd dydd i’w gofio


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Ffarwel fo i Langyfelach lon

Ffarwel fo i Langyfelach lon


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Mynwent Eglwys

Mynwent Eglwys


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DavisJames
03/13/24 04:23:46PM @davisjames:

Thanks,Beth.I'm sure "Welsh Womens' Choirs" will come up on google immediately.It's difficult to be obscure these days.. 


marg
10/06/22 04:56:32PM @marg:

Welcome

Each Saturday there is a zoom jam, Send in the Music

(not this Saturday since dulcimer workshops will be going on) There is a couple who plays most weeks from Wales (I think) Even without this Saturday's zoom jam, there are videos and you could check out past Saturdays.

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Ben Barr Jr
09/01/22 04:01:18PM @benjamin-w-barr-jr:

HI Beth, 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.

Ben


Strumelia
08/31/22 07:07:24PM @strumelia:

Beth, thank you so much for your kind donation to our site. sun


Beth T
08/30/22 05:12:54AM @beth-t:

Well I’ve had my McSpadden a whole fortnight now and I can’t put it down. I can’t express how useful this forum has been - I’ve found answers to all my questions somewhere on the site and the media files have been an incredibly useful resource. I’ve posted a few audio files of my novice attempts so far. I’ve reached the point now where the delight at what I can do is wearing off and realised how much more I have to learn! But if there are mountains to climb, this forum I’m sure will equip me with everything I need for the journey. And as to DAD (Dulcimer Acquisition Disorder), I’ve already ordered a McSpadden Ginger! I’m hooked :-)


Rob N Lackey
08/26/22 10:09:12AM @rob-n-lackey:

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


Ken Longfield
08/25/22 08:03:23PM @ken-longfield:

Welcome to FOTMD Beth. It is good to have you aboard. I look forward to your participation in these discussions.

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."


Jim Fawcett
08/25/22 03:16:18PM @jim-fawcett:

Hey Beth, welcome aboard. Glad ya found us.


Richard Streib
08/25/22 02:11:34PM @richard-streib:

Welcome Beth T to Friends of the Mountain Dulcimer. Its great to have you as a member. Congrats on your new McSpadden; I know  you will enjoy it immensely. The urge to buy another is something we lovingly call DAD  Dulcimer Acquisition Disorder. It is not contagious nor deadly but the disorder can linger a long time. Many of us have it and still survive to get another and another and... Welcome.