Dusty Turtle

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Sally in the Garden on mountain dulcimer


Artist: Dusty Turtle
Genre: folk
Duration: 00:01:55

Description:
The old English reel played on a Modern Mountain Dulcimer made of lacewood. This arrangement comes from Steve Eulberg's book Another Jig Will Do. The Dulcimer is tuned DAA with a capo at the first fret, putting it in E minor. For Another Jig Will Do: http://owlmountainmusic.com/product/another-jig-will-do/ For Modern Mountain Dulcimers: http://www.modernmountaindulcimer.com/Modern_Mountain_Dulcimer/HOME.html

Dusty Turtle
07/06/16 04:14:18PM @dusty-turtle:

Thanks for listening, Monica and Helen. I appreciate your encouragement.


Helen Seiler
07/06/16 04:02:29PM @helen-seiler:

Wonderful Dusty. clapper


Monica
07/02/16 09:53:28PM @monica:

I have never heard this version, I love it!


Robin Clark
06/17/16 07:19:28PM @robin-clark:

That's a lovely version Dusty.  I didn't know the tune had 3 parts.  I can't actually remember where I picked up the 2 part version I play?  I think it was from listening to Nick my banjo playing friend playing it.  As Jan says, it is a very haunting tune. 


Dusty Turtle
06/17/16 06:12:38PM @dusty-turtle:

Thanks, Rob and Gail.

Rob, I only play the song once through (there are 3 parts), so you're right it should be longer. I have a tendency to jump the gun and post a song as soon as I've learned it, rather than waiting until I have a more formal arrangement fully in hand. I think I'm eventually going to do this one at least twice through, the first one nice and slow and then the second one much faster.  But stop your kidding; this is not the standard; there are so many great versoins of this tune.


Gail Webber
06/17/16 03:19:48PM @gail-webber:

Very nice, Dusty!  Love the sound of that.

 


Rob N Lackey
06/17/16 12:46:41PM @rob-n-lackey:

That's a great rendition, even tho' it's too short!  I've been trying this morning to get something that sounds 1/2 as good by retuning.  Haven't found it yet. Probably because this one is the standard to which I'm aspiring.

 


Dusty Turtle
06/17/16 12:17:59PM @dusty-turtle:

Thanks, Jan! Thanks, Lexie!


Lexie R Oakley
06/17/16 12:09:27PM @lexie-r-oakley:

Very pretty Dusty! Love hearing those drones.


Jan Potts
06/17/16 01:45:35AM @jan-potts:

Haunting.....I like it!


Dusty Turtle
06/16/16 11:08:16PM @dusty-turtle:

Thanks, David. There are a few different ways to play this one.  They all either use a capo or a minor tuning.


David Pedersen
06/16/16 10:52:54PM @david-pedersen:

Pretty neat Dusty, trying to follow looking at Helen Johnson arrangement in DAD. Really nice job.

 


Dusty Turtle
06/16/16 10:31:11PM @dusty-turtle:

Thanks, Patty.  I'm in DAA with a capo and lots of drones.  Definitely not my comfort zone. 


Patty from Virginia
06/16/16 09:08:29PM @patty-from-virginia:

Wow! I like this!!! And you did it in DAA tuning too thumbsup