Brian G.

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Location: Central NJ
Country: US

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Joyce Hibbard Joyce Hibbard Norm Williams Dave shattuck Cynthia Wigington Mary MacGowan JenniferC Blondie Martha E Skip Jill Geary Mike Thurman Bob whocindylou David Pedersen SusieLarkspur Cheri Martin Paula Brawdy Tessie Garret Guy Babusek Linda Jones james kaulback Phil Myers Rob N Lackey Chuck in CT Carolyn duFour Danny Wiley Gary McNaughton Joy W. Heather Clark Bob Reinsel Robin Thompson Dan Goad Dusty Turtle Rick Probst Jan Potts Patty from Virginia Jim Fawcett Karen Keane Lexie R Oakley Janene Millen Monica John Henry

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youtube videos: 107
images: 16

Latest Activity

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Brian G.
@brian-g • 5 days ago • comments: 7
Posted a new Comment on Give Me Your Hand - fretted dulcimer:
"Thank you so much Cindy!"
Brian G.
@brian-g • one month ago • comments: 4
Posted a new Comment on Planxty Fanny Power:
"Beautiful Bob!"
Brian G.
@brian-g • 2 months ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "Everything Dulcimer - Closing Down.":
"Dusty - it's tough to say because I was at work when the process was finished. I also did not realize that, although I was using a very fast computer I was..."
Brian G.
@brian-g • 2 months ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "Everything Dulcimer - Closing Down.":
"I promised to post final results, so here's what I have; Total Website Size: 3.66GB Number of files: 82,247 Number of Folders: 3,063   I know many..."
Brian G.
@brian-g • 2 months ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "Everything Dulcimer - Closing Down.":
"Hi Jim, I'll post my final results when I'm done, but as of right now, we are at 2.46GB, 69,150 files written, and elapsed time of 13h, 20m (using no more..."
Brian G.
@brian-g • 2 months ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "Everything Dulcimer - Closing Down.":
"Hi Irene. Yes, you can choose the output location for the files, so you can specify to an external drive such as a USB thumb drive or an SD card, as long as..."
Brian G.
@brian-g • 2 months ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "Everything Dulcimer - Closing Down.":
"The Wayback Machine is a great resource, but because our site of interest (ie, EverythingDulcimer.com) still currently exists, there's a better option - use..."
Brian G.
@brian-g • 2 months ago • comments: 3
Posted a new Comment on Amazing find on eBay:
"Very pretty! I would love to hear how it sounds.  :)    "
Brian G.
@brian-g • 2 months ago • comments: 7
Posted a new Comment on Give Me Your Hand - fretted dulcimer:
"Thank you Ariane. The combination of low whistle and harp is a beautiful one. I'll bet it sounded wonderful. :)"
Brian G.
@brian-g • 2 months ago • comments: 6
Posted a new Comment on Finished- Bubinga & Butternut Mountain Dulcimer:
"Beautfful, Bob!  Thank you for letting me have a chance to play it yesterday.  :)"
Brian G.
@brian-g • 3 months ago • comments: 16
Posted a new Comment on Polka-Not:
"Christine - love it!  :)  "
Brian G.
@brian-g • 3 months ago • comments: 5
Posted a new Comment on Minstrel Boy:
"Very nice Bob!"
Brian G.
@brian-g • 3 months ago • comments: 7
Posted a new Comment on Give Me Your Hand - fretted dulcimer:
"Thanks so much Rob. Glad you enjoyed it.  :)"
Brian G.
@brian-g • 3 months ago • comments: 7
Posted a new YouTube video:
Give Me Your Hand - fretted dulcimer
Brian G.
@brian-g • 3 months ago • comments: 17
Posted a new Comment on Cuckoo noter/drone:
"What a great version of this tune, Rob!  Love it.  Thanks so much for sharing it.  :)"
Brian G.
@brian-g • 3 months ago • comments: 31
Posted a new Comment on Wild Mountain Thyme - fretted dulcimer :
"Hi Ariane.  Thank you so much for your kind comments. :)  Would love to hear your band's version if you could direct me to it?"

Latest Group Discussions

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Brian G.

Yes, it's another Hallelujah (L. Cohen cover)


Hi all, I had recently arranged a version of Hallelujah and just...
@Brian G. 4 years ago - Comments: 10
Brian G.

Here Comes the Sun (Beatles)


Hi all, Was fooling around with a classic Beatles tune while thinking...
@Brian G. 6 years ago - Comments: 65

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Latest Forum Discussions

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Norwegian Wood

Posted: Tuesday April 4 2017, 4:56 PM
By: @dianapalmer

"New" harp dulcimer and Gallier A-frame...

Posted: Monday January 4 2016, 9:26 PM
By: @Brian G.

One buzz - 2nd fret, bass string. Driving...

Posted: Thursday August 25 2011, 4:44 PM
By: @Brian G.

Comments

VirginiaKY
03/23/17 09:27:15PM @virginiaky:

Thanks for the welcome, Brian! I notice that you have the 1.5 fret, which I don't (yet). I'll have a listen now and then to remind me what I'm working towards, and someday I'll have a dulcimer that can play up to my ambitions - even if my talent is lacking. :)

Virginia


VirginiaKY
02/11/17 10:04:04AM @virginiaky:

Hi Brian, I am a new dulcimer player and also new to the forum. I found a thread that showed you playing (beautifully!) Norwegian Wood. It's also one of my favorite Beatles songs, and I wonder if you still have tablature that you can share?  Thank you.

Virginia Goodman


Robin Thompson
02/08/16 07:19:25PM @robin-thompson:

Hey, Brian, James's  monthly tune challenge is in the Call the Tune group.  (I saw where you'd wondred about it.) 


filipinouker
05/13/14 10:29:11AM @filipinouker:

Hi Brian, thank you for listening to my "Wildwood Flower" video. Yes it is my very first piece on the MD. I will admit, I'm struggling with a lot of chords, but I'm persevering - the sound of the MD is soooo addictive! Again, thank you for the encouragement.


Ken Bloom
10/08/13 08:08:18AM @ken-bloom:

Hi Brian,

I'd be happy to build you one. Why don't you e-mail me at kbloom1@triad.rr.com and we can talk about it in depth!


Scott Allen
05/09/13 08:06:32AM @scott-allen:

Here you go Brian. This list was mostly compiled by Sara Johnson with a few I added. The highlighted ones are ones I already know or are planning on learning in the near future.

Enjoy!18th%20century%20music.docx


Gail Richter
12/01/12 06:09:25PM @gail-richter:

Hi, what tuning are you using for The Sounds of Silence? I capoed at 1 and was going to try to play along with your video, BUT you must be different that DAD

Gail Richter


Helen Seiler
10/08/12 04:55:52PM @helen-seiler:
Gaday Brian. Thanks for your input on my left hand discussion. Your video does demonstrate what you said very well. I think my beginners enthusiasm has seen me diving into songs without first working out the most efficient way to play them. Rather than trying to change how I play those first songs I think from now on I will make a rule of planning the most efficient way to play each new tune I take on. I watched a few of your videos. Oh, to be able to play like that one day. I really enjoyed them. Thanks again for your help.
Karen Keane
04/02/12 07:20:59AM @karen-keane:

Palestine was great and their was a lot of great music and jams. It'll probably be a few days before we get everything together so we can post stuff, but that's what long weekends are for. Glad to know everything is OK with you. Talk with you later.Grin.gif


Karen Keane
04/02/12 12:26:55AM @karen-keane:

Hey Brian, it's Karen. I have been worried about you. I haven't heard any recent vids and wanted to check on you. Have you been busy or what?


Frank Engeln
02/14/12 05:03:21PM @frank-engeln:

Hello

Nice to meet you. Thanks. You can here more on youtube.com . My account: BaluderBarde

Thanks a lot. Greetings from Germany

Frank


Vivian Hays
01/29/12 12:01:45PM @vivian-hays:

Thanks Brian, it's nice to make new friends!


John Henry
01/08/12 09:06:39AM @john-henry:

Brian, my thanks for your kind comment on Nonsuch, and also for the fact that you took the trouble to 're-post' it. I do not have the faintest notion on what that entails, I can make a reasonable dulcimer, and sometimes get a decent tune or two from one, but can barely cope with this thing lol

best wishes

John


Dan Goad
12/17/11 10:11:40PM @dan-goad:

Brian my email is danielgoad@bellsouth.net

Dan

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i
12/11/11 02:39:50PM @i:

Brian

How do I look up your tab under chord/melody discussion?

Thanks


i
12/05/11 04:14:55PM @i:

Brian

That was Great! Is there anyway you can put this into tab format??

Thanks


John Henry
10/19/11 05:42:24PM @john-henry:

Your comment means a lot Brian, for I appreciate your musical attributes. I just do what I do ,lol !

Hope to get some hammered dulcimer time in for a change this weekend, will think of you !

John


Kerry Werry
09/20/11 04:17:57PM @kerry-werry:

Brian I'd appreciate a copy of the old TAB if you can find it.. I don't read music but know the song so I can probably figure it out.. i'm playing it right now from the fiddle tune, I managed to sort out thefingeringto pluck it on the melody string.. ( ok but far from the best).

Thanks

Kerry


John Henry
08/21/11 08:38:29AM @john-henry:

Thanks for comment Brian, just keep them tunes coming, I am really enjoying your recent choices!n I can't remember if I asked before, so am asking now (it's me age ,you know) What Hammered dulcimer do you have?

John


John Henry
08/18/11 05:41:47PM @john-henry:

One on Christmas Eve 2009, and one two weeks before Christmas last year ! I am just about OK now, after a bit of fine tuning, tho' there is the matter of a sticking valve yet to be sorted.............!

This is part of the reason I have had a splurge of making and posting tunes, things yet to done which should have been done ect.

I'm 78, and have seen and done a lot, but only of recent years made music, and I am 'having a blast' as we used to say a few years back.

Its good to know you Brian.

John