Hearts Of The Dulcimer Podcast In Its 4th Year

Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
yesterday
145 posts

Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast - Episode 38
3 Stories and 3 Tunes from Heidi Muller and Bob Webb

http://dulcimuse.com/podcast

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Winter’s Turning, My Barista, and Sacred Ground. What do they have in common? They were all written by singer songwriter and dulcimer player Heidi Muller. Heidi and her husband Bob Webb tell us the stories behind each of these three tunes.

Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast can be found on most podcast apps.
Here's the link to Hearts of the Dulcimer on iTunes: http://bit.ly/hotdpodcast

Don't use a podcast app or iTunes? You can listen to all the podcast episodes directly on our website: http://dulcimuse.com/podcast


We also have a resource page for every episode, where you can find photos, videos, and song lists. Here's the resource page for this episode: http://dulcimuse.com/podcast/resource/038.html

Thanks for listening! :-)

 


updated by @patricia-delich: 11/16/18 03:43:14PM
Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
yesterday
145 posts

Thanks Steve!

Stephen Seifert:

A truly great podcast. Thanks for all your hard work. I love it!

 

Stephen Seifert
Stephen Seifert
@stephen-seifert
yesterday
21 posts

A truly great podcast. Thanks for all your hard work. I love it!

Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
3 weeks ago
145 posts
Thanks for your support Robin! 💕💕
Robin Thompson
Robin Thompson
@robin-thompson
3 weeks ago
1,006 posts

What a cool poster!  I'm wearing one of my HOTD tee-shirts even now.  :)




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Robin T
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Keep a song in your heart!
Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
3 weeks ago
145 posts
Wow, beautiful frame! It really compliments the poster. Thanks for posting the photo. ☺️
Sheryl St. Clare
Sheryl St. Clare
@sheryl-st-clare
3 weeks ago
335 posts

And here it is! I love it. I don't wear t-shirts with designs on the front so it was wonderful that you made this into a poster. I haven't hung it yet. Looking for a special place.

Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
3 weeks ago
145 posts

Sheryl,

Glad you like the Kandinsky Dulcimer poster! Would love to see a photo of it framed!  :-)

 

Sheryl St. Clare:

Just received my poster from Dulcimuse. I can't wait to frame it! So much more vibrant than I expected. Thank you! 

Sheryl St. Clare
Sheryl St. Clare
@sheryl-st-clare
3 weeks ago
335 posts

Just received my poster from Dulcimuse. I can't wait to frame it! So much more vibrant than I expected. Thank you! 


updated by @sheryl-st-clare: 10/27/18 02:55:11PM
Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
3 months ago
145 posts

Thanks Don! We take a lot of care in creating the podcast as well as the resource page for each episode, so we're happy you appreciate it!

 

Don Grundy: These Podcasts are the greatest! And their website gives additional details!

 

Don Grundy
Don Grundy
@don-grundy
3 months ago
72 posts
These Podcasts are the greatest! And their website gives additional details!
Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
3 months ago
145 posts

Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast - Episode 37
Golden Ring: A Gathering of Friends for Making Music

http://dulcimuse.com/podcast

 

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The 1964 LP Golden Ring: A Gathering of Friends for Making Music became one of the most popular recordings of the early folk music revival. In this episode, find out why Golden Ring was a groundbreaking album for the mountain dulcimer.

 

Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast can be found on most podcast apps.
Here's the link to Hearts of the Dulcimer on iTunes: http://bit.ly/hotdpodcast

Don't use a podcast app or iTunes? You can listen to all the podcast episodes directly on our website: http://dulcimuse.com/podcast


We also have a resource page for every episode, where you can find photos, videos, and song lists. Here's the resource page for this episode: http://dulcimuse.com/podcast/resource/037.html

Thanks for listening! :-)

 

Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
4 months ago
145 posts

You may want to consider listening to the Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast episode about Steve called The Many Modes of Stephen Seiferthttp://dulcimuse.com/podcast/resource/036.html

 

notsothoreau:

I did not know about the Stephen Seifert workshop! I signed up for it. It's going to be tricky. We are trying to get our house on the market and really wanted to get moved out of the area. I'm gambling that I will be here for the workshop. 

 

notsothoreau
@notsothoreau
4 months ago
44 posts

I did not know about the Stephen Seifert workshop! I signed up for it. It's going to be tricky. We are trying to get our house on the market and really wanted to get moved out of the area. I'm gambling that I will be here for the workshop. 

Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
4 months ago
145 posts

Thanks for coming to the workshop! You all sounded so wonderful together. And Wayne and I had a blast.

Wayne really knows how to fix up dulcimers ... that's why all the dulcimers we brought sounded so good! We were glad that there was an extra dulcimer for her to use during the workshop.

BTW, did you know that Stephen Seifert is coming to Portland in September to do a 3 day workshop? Here's the info: http://www.stephenseifert.com/three-day-registration/generic-three-day-lyb7e

Hope to see you again in another dulcimer setting!

 

notsothoreau:

I still want to listen to the Podcast. BUT...I attended a one hour workshop by the Hearts of the Dulcimer folks last night. I haven't had a chance to play with anyone else so this was great. My husband was impressed by how all the dulcimers sounded. Thank you again for doing that workshop!

 

I did feel badly for the lady next to me. She'd spent $200 on a dulcimer shaped instrument, with an action so high that it was difficult to play. I just hope people will do a little research before they get that first instrument.

 

notsothoreau
@notsothoreau
4 months ago
44 posts

I still want to listen to the Podcast. BUT...I attended a one hour workshop by the Hearts of the Dulcimer folks last night. I haven't had a chance to play with anyone else so this was great. My husband was impressed by how all the dulcimers sounded. Thank you again for doing that workshop!

I did feel badly for the lady next to me. She'd spent $200 on a dulcimer shaped instrument, with an action so high that it was difficult to play. I just hope people will do a little research before they get that first instrument.

Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
5 months ago
145 posts

Well said!  :-)

 

Dan:

Stephen Seifert is the "bomb"!!! What I didn't hear in the episode was the term "environment". Stephen has the uncanny ability to create an environment in his play. His music can actually take you to places you've never been before, and maybe places you have been to! This is why in my book he is undoubtedly the number one conventional player bar none..... and he is good people!

 

 

 

Dulcimore Dan

 

Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
5 months ago
145 posts

Thanks for being a long time listener and contributor!

 

Ken Longfield:

Keep the coming. I find them both educational and enjoyable. Thanks for producing these.

 

Ken

 

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

 

Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
5 months ago
145 posts

Thanks for sharing your stories ... it's always a hoot to be around Steve, eh? 

 

Dusty Turtle:

Thanks for all the work you put into the podcasts, Patricia.  You guys always do very good work.  Let me share two stories.

 

1) I attended one of Stephen Seifert's 3-day intensives last year in Berkeley.  As we went around introducing ourselves, Stephen said "You all have probably heard Dusty play and know that he's sometimes kinda fancy."  If I ever record a CD, I'll put that as a blurb on back "'Sometimes kinda fancy' according to Stephen Seifert."

 

2) I have to admit that I often listen to podcasts at a faster than normal speed.  Having grown up in the northeast, I'm just used to a faster pace of conversation than you find in most of the rest of the country.  But sometimes I forget that my default speed setting is x1.5 or x2. Once I listened to your podcast on Aaron O'Rourke while on a plane and had gotten used to the faster pace, until you played a clip of one of his faster songs.  I was in disbelief!  I knew that he can play very fast, but the lick I heard seemed impossible.  Only then did I realize that I was listening at twice the normal speed!

 

Keep doing what you do!  We appreciate it!

 

Dan
Dan
@dan
5 months ago
110 posts

Stephen Seifert is the "bomb"!!! What I didn't hear in the episode was the term "environment". Stephen has the uncanny ability to create an environment in his play. His music can actually take you to places you've never been before, and maybe places you have been to! This is why in my book he is undoubtedly the number one conventional player bar none..... and he is good people!

 

Dulcimore Dan

Ken Longfield
Ken Longfield
@ken-longfield
5 months ago
649 posts

Keep the coming. I find them both educational and enjoyable. Thanks for producing these.

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

Dusty Turtle
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle
5 months ago
1,051 posts

Thanks for all the work you put into the podcasts, Patricia.  You guys always do very good work.  Let me share two stories.

1) I attended one of Stephen Seifert's 3-day intensives last year in Berkeley.  As we went around introducing ourselves, Stephen said "You all have probably heard Dusty play and know that he's sometimes kinda fancy."  If I ever record a CD, I'll put that as a blurb on back "'Sometimes kinda fancy' according to Stephen Seifert."

2) I have to admit that I often listen to podcasts at a faster than normal speed.  Having grown up in the northeast, I'm just used to a faster pace of conversation than you find in most of the rest of the country.  But sometimes I forget that my default speed setting is x1.5 or x2. Once I listened to your podcast on Aaron O'Rourke while on a plane and had gotten used to the faster pace, until you played a clip of one of his faster songs.  I was in disbelief!  I knew that he can play very fast, but the lick I heard seemed impossible.  Only then did I realize that I was listening at twice the normal speed!

Keep doing what you do!  We appreciate it!




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Dusty T., Northern California
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Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
5 months ago
145 posts

Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast - Episode 36
The Many Modes of Stephen Seifert

http://bit.ly/hotdpodcast

 

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Stephen Seifert is one of the most accomplished dulcimer performers today. Possessing an impeccable command of the instrument, he’s a favorite at festivals and clubs around the country and has performed as a soloist on his mountain dulcimer with symphony orchestras.

 

Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast can be found on most podcast apps.
Here's the link to Hearts of the Dulcimer on iTunes: http://bit.ly/hotdpodcast

Don't use a podcast app or iTunes? You can listen to all the podcast episodes directly on our website: http://dulcimuse.com/podcast


We also have a resource page for every episode, where you can find photos, videos, and song lists. Here's the resource page for this episode: http://dulcimuse.com/podcast/resource/036.html

Thanks for listening! :-)

 

 


updated by @patricia-delich: 11/16/18 03:42:11PM