Thanks, Monica. You will love your Blue Lion, I am sure. Remember that it has a floating bridge, so you may have to adjust it to get the intonation right.
Beautiful playing Dusty, looking forward to my blue lion lW in approximately 3 DAYS!!!
Hi Marg. On my Blue Lion I have .24 gauge wound phosphore bronze on the bass, .14 on the middle and .12 on the melody.
The tone is so beautiful, what size strings o you have one your Blue Lion
Thanks, marg. I like the tone of that dulcimer, too.
Beautiful tone, beautifully played
No questions here, Noah. "The Ash Grove" is a traditional Welsh melody that has been put to words many times. Check out the Wikipedia entry on the tune.
Sothere are no questions I'm going to put this in my playlist of church songs because it is the same tune as Let All Things Now Living.
Thanks, Lexie and Paul. I appreciate your taking the time to listen and comment.
That sounds great. Thanks.
It is very beautiful Dusy, happy you did it again.
Thanks, Patty. All modesty aside, I like this arrangement, too. It is simple enough to keep the melody in the forefront with just enough embellishment to be interesting.
Dusty, that is beautiful!! I'm glad you got it back too. I'm adding this to one of my playlists.
Glad you brought it back!
I had this tune up earlier but accidentally deleted it when playing around on our new site here. Woops!
I am playing a Blue Lion IC. The arrangement is basically what I remember from a guitar version by Norman Blake that I used to listen to obsessively a couple of decades ago.