Cindy Stammich


Location: South Bend, IN
Country: US

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Oh Shenandoah

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This is my response to James February 2015 Challenge here on FOTMD! Such a beautiful song - this was a great choice James!!!Thank you again for doing these challenges :-)
Cindy Stammich
03/05/15 11:01:04PM @cindy-stammich:

I am sorry I have not been on here to respond to all of the wonderful comments.

Thank you EVERYONE!!!! You all are wonderful, and I so appreciate all of the kind comments and encouragement!!!

I really appreciate all of you, and feel truly blessed to be part of such a wonderful group!

Thank you again!!!!Smile.gif

Gary McNaughton
02/27/15 10:10:22AM @gary-mcnaughton:
Fantastic Cindy!A very beautiful tune: Beautifully played.Well done Cindy!
Rick Kennedy
02/17/15 09:11:22PM @rick-kennedy:

Enjoyed that very muchGrin.gif . I, too, thought that maybe that was the St. Joe...

Patty from Virginia
02/16/15 09:16:01PM @patty-from-virginia:

Very beautiful Cindy. I love the sound of the dulcimette. I would to see a video of you playing that. I should send you pictures of Shenandoah River since it's close by. Although, right now I imagine some of it is iced over. It's been very cold here lately...brrrrrrSmile.gif

James Phillips
02/16/15 04:31:42PM @james-phillips:

Very nice Cindy!

Lexie R Oakley
02/16/15 11:16:09AM @lexie-r-oakley:

Beautifully played Cindy and I love your presentation, I was sitting at the edge of the Missouri.41.gif

Cynthia Wigington
02/16/15 08:44:57AM @cynthia-wigington:

Cindy thank you so much for posting this. It's a lovely song, played in a traditionally lovely manner by a very lovely person.

Terry Wilson
02/16/15 08:31:38AM @terry-wilson:

Cindy, oh my my my, that was super beautiful. Absolutely. The music really does speak to the listener. You're something else, I hope you know that.

John Keane
02/16/15 07:36:22AM @john-keane:

Nice pickin'...just lovely. Smile.gif

Lynn austin
02/16/15 05:51:07AM @lynn-austin:
Cindy, that was absolutely beautiful!!!!!....I love how you changed keys in the middle...such a lovely song beautifully played....thank you so much for sharing your rendition!
Dusty Turtle
02/16/15 12:09:10AM @dusty-turtle:

Nice job! I like the way the image changes just as you modulate keys.

Bob Reinsel
02/15/15 10:01:01PM @bob-reinsel:

Cindy, nice variation with the key change in the middle. We don't often heard that kind of thing in folk music!

Greg Patterson
02/15/15 09:45:10PM @greg-patterson:

Lovely version of an old classic, Cindy! ( I was wondering if that was the St. Joe river thereSmile.gif !)

Gordon Hardy
02/15/15 09:21:07PM @gordon-hardy:

Cindy, that is absolutely beautiful. Thank you for this.

Cindy Stammich
02/15/15 09:15:02PM @cindy-stammich:

Thank you so much Gail!!! Once again - I am very humbled by the wonderful commentsSmile.gif

Gail Webber
02/15/15 09:01:49PM @gail-webber:

That was really pretty. I think you have recorded my favorite version yet!

Cindy Stammich
02/15/15 08:54:12PM @cindy-stammich:
Thank you so much Ken! If only I had known your history and you have pictures - I surely would have asked to borrow them! That would have been awesome!That's great about the harmonicas - I recently bought my first Tremolo - and actually just posted a video of it (with dulcimer in the background). I sure do love this music stuff!!!Thanks again
Ken Backer
02/15/15 07:39:12PM @ken-backer:

Cindy, the comment I made when I viewed it on the home page isn't showing up here. So if it lost in cyber space I will do it again...7.gif

Ken Backer
02/15/15 07:34:16PM @ken-backer:

Beautiful, Cindy, absolutely lovely playing. I played along with you on my harmonicas, and when the modulation took place I just changed from my D harp to my G harp. I should have loaned you one of pictures of the Missouri River, I grew up along its banks.