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An Almaine, Anonymous - Fretted Dulcimer


musician/member name: Entertainment
Duration: 00:00:48
description:
A lovely little tune played on Bella dulcimer by Tony Vines. Age and author unknown.

Tune 1-4-8 (DGd)
Brian G.
02/13/19 07:11:29PM @brian-g:

Hi Stumelia! Yes, the almaine is a dance originally from Germany, I believe, though it was popular throughout the Renaissance and Baroque periods and I don't know enough to guess where this particular one might have originated.

Thanks for taking the time to have a listen, and to comment. I am glad you enjoyed it.  :)


Strumelia
02/13/19 12:06:45PM @strumelia:

Very lovely, and nimbly played!  This tune makes me think it was a dance tune. Any idea what country this tune came from?


Brian G.
02/13/19 09:18:20AM @brian-g:

Thank you Macaodha!  I appreciate you having a listen. :)


MacAodha
02/13/19 08:52:36AM @macaodha:

Beautiful tune and excellent playing Brian.


Brian G.
02/13/19 06:03:13AM @brian-g:

Steven and Ariane, thank you for taking the time to listen and comment. I'm glad you enjoyed the tune. :)


Ariane
02/13/19 05:21:24AM @ariane:

Wow, that is brilliant, Brian!


Steven Berger
02/13/19 02:13:33AM @steven-berger:

Nicely played, Brian! 


Brian G.
02/13/19 12:00:23AM @brian-g:

Thanks so much, Dusty!


Dusty Turtle
02/12/19 11:56:40PM @dusty-turtle:

That's wonderful, Brian.  What a happy tune.  And a big, well balanced tone on that dulcimer.