Thinking of you fondly today while missin' "the good old days".
Glad to see you're back, Folkfan!
Hi, Keigh! I've been wondering about you. . . Good to see you again! :)
Hi, Folkfan! I've missed you here on fotmd!
thank you very much for your nice comment.
Es freut mich sehr,dass Dir das Lied gefllt.
Karel aus Freilassig
darf ich Dir eine Freunschaftsanfrage senden?
Hallo Folkfan,es freut mich sehr,dass ich mich unter Deine Freunde zhlen kann.
Hallo Folkfan,vielen Dank fr deinen netten Kommentar
Hello Folkfan,thank you very much for your nice comment
hey Keigh, hope all is well in Chicago area for you. What type of dulcimer is that in the picture of a dulcimer with your cat? I'd never scene one like that before.
If you meet FOTMD friends abroad, I imagine many of them have more than one mountain dulcimer and would be happy to share.
Folkfan, you're a treasure!
PS-Hope you get to meet some of our friends here when you go abroad next year!
Hope you're feeling better, Keigh, after the health scare of the past week. Hugs to the dulcimer world's folkfan!
Hi Keigh and tnx for the nice comments on the Canadian Medley that I posted recently. Actually my brother & I do have a CD entitled "A Selection of Homegrown Canadian Tunes". I have it advertised on this site somewhere - can't remember where...
I've sold a few from this site as well as ED.com - $10 a piece + shipping.
I don't have many of the tunes TAB-bed out yet though - maybe 2 or 3 so far.
Thanks for your compliments on Lincoln and Liberty. That was the first tune I ever learned on the dulcimer.
Folkfan, much of the Transatlantic/Aly McBain stuff can be found on Youtube should you wish to sample it ?
Just wanted to thank you for starting the Singing with the Mountain Dulcimer group. It looks like the most active one going at this time.
Keigh, just wanting to wish you a happy & safe journey! The tales you'll have to tell. . .
Thank you folkfan! I am glad that you enjoyed the tune. Any chance of us hearing you sing it, Pleezzzzzzzzzzze?