Hearts Of The Dulcimer Podcast In Its 5th Year

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

Thanks Dusty, glad you liked it!

 

Dusty Turtle:

I finally had a chance to listen to the latest podcast on Nina Zanetti.  What a great job you do capturing not only the mood and timbre of her music, but also her personality.  Nina was really helpful to me when I was first starting on the dulcimer, and that patient, helpful nature really comes out in the podcast. What a treat it is to listen to!

 

Dusty Turtle
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle
3 weeks ago
1,207 posts

I finally had a chance to listen to the latest podcast on Nina Zanetti.  What a great job you do capturing not only the mood and timbre of her music, but also her personality.  Nina was really helpful to me when I was first starting on the dulcimer, and that patient, helpful nature really comes out in the podcast. What a treat it is to listen to!




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Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
one month ago
130 posts

Ken and Don,

Thanks to you both for being long time listeners!

Ken Longfield
Ken Longfield
@ken-longfield
one month ago
655 posts

Well Happy Anniversary to the Heart of the Dulcimer Podcast. I enjoy listening to the podcasts.

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

Don Grundy
Don Grundy
@don-grundy
one month ago
135 posts
Please! Keep them coming!
Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
one month ago
130 posts

nod  Love that you did this Don!

Yes, as of episode 45, we've created over 24 hours of podcast episodes all about the mountain dulcimer! And they're all free to listen to. If you add the 40 minutes of bonus features with the 55 minutes of the documentary film that's on the DVD, that's a lot listening and watching!!

 

Don Grundy: Nina Zanetti’s fingerpicking style is almost hypnotic. Like all of the Hearts of the Dulcimer podcast this is special. This is Podcast number 45. Each is approximately 30 minutes. 45 divided by 2; approximately 22.5 hours. PLUS the 55 minute Hearts of the Dulcimer DVD makes for almost a 24 hour Hearts of the Dulcimer binge!

 

Don Grundy
Don Grundy
@don-grundy
one month ago
135 posts
Nina Zanetti’s fingerpicking style is almost hypnotic. Like all of the Hearts of the Dulcimer podcast this is special.
This is Podcast number 45. Each is approximately 30 minutes. 45 divided by 2; approximately 22.5 hours. PLUS the 55 minute Hearts of the Dulcimer DVD makes for almost a 24 hour Hearts of the Dulcimer binge!
Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
one month ago
130 posts

Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast - Episode 45 
Nina Zanetti: The Gentle Side of the Dulcimer

https://dulcimuse.com/podcast

 

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We spoke with 2008 National Dulcimer Champion Nina Zanetti about her approach in playing the dulcimer. Nina’s known for her gentle style of fingerpicking the dulcimer.

You can listen to all the  Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast   episodes directly on our website:   https://dulcimuse.com/podcast   or in most podcast apps.


Every episode has its own resource page with photos, videos, and song lists.


Here's the resource page for this episode:    https://dulcimuse.com/podcast/resource/045.html

Thanks for listening!

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

Have you had a chance to listen to the latest Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast episode? It's called Dulcimer Lullabies . Be sure to check out the episode resource page for some extra goodies:

David Schnaufer's TAB for Starry Lullabye
AND
A chance to win a Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast t-shirt.

Go to https://dulcimuse.com/podcast/resource/044.html to download the TAB and to enter the contest. It's time sensitive, so be sure to check it out soon!


updated by @patricia-delich: 10/26/19 05:45:23PM
Dusty Turtle
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle
4 months ago
1,207 posts

Patricia Delich: What's your interpretation of Rock-a-Bye Baby? Are you seeing a baby falling from a treetop? I'm kind of liking the more poetic interpretation.

Patricia, I like the poetic interpretation, and can even imagine singing the song while holding a baby and then placing the baby into a crib as you sing "down will come baby."  However, I always assumed that in the same way that the old folk tales really were about starvation and death and infanticide (and in the case of Little Red Riding Hood, incest and bestiality), "Rock-a-Bye Baby" was about the dangers that beset infants in the pre-modern era, perhaps even infanticide, which was often due to "exposure," meaning babies were just left outside in the woods (maybe even in a treetop). In the end, we don't really know, do we?




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Dusty T., Northern California
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Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
4 months ago
130 posts

Thanks Dusty, glad you liked the lullaby episode.

What's your interpretation of Rock-a-Bye Baby? Are you seeing a baby falling from a treetop? I'm kind of liking the more poetic interpretation.

 

Dusty Turtle:

Another sweet episode, Patricia.  It's an honor to be associated with you guys and the Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast.

I have to count myself among those who was never enamored with "Rock-a-bye Baby" because of the image of the baby falling from the treetop.  I don't know if I'm entirely convinced of Julia Soto Lebetritt's interpretation, but she has me thinking about it.

Thanks for all you do!

 

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

New to me too!  :-)

 

Robin Thompson:

Cool!  And I learned a new word:  lullabologist. :)

 

Dusty Turtle
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle
4 months ago
1,207 posts

Another sweet episode, Patricia.  It's an honor to be associated with you guys and the Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast.

I have to count myself among those who was never enamored with "Rock-a-bye Baby" because of the image of the baby falling from the treetop.  I don't know if I'm entirely convinced of Julia Soto Lebetritt's interpretation, but she has me thinking about it.

Thanks for all you do!




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Dusty T., Northern California
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As a musician, you have to keep one foot back in the past and one foot forward into the future.
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Robin Thompson
Robin Thompson
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4 months ago
1,047 posts

Cool!  And I learned a new word:  lullabologist. :)




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Keep a song in your heart!
Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
4 months ago
130 posts

Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast - Episode 44 
Dulcimer Lullabies

https://dulcimuse.com/podcast

 

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The gentle sound of the dulcimer lends itself to lullabies. They ease us into the day and calm us down at night. Lullabies give comfort to the inner child in all of us, no matter how old or young we are. In this episode you’ll hear lullabies played by dulcimer players David Schnaufer, Molly McCormack, Neal Walters, Aubrey Atwater, Dusty Turtle, Jessica Comeau, Stephen Seifert, Carol Walker, Kevin Roth, Lorinda Jones, and Duane Porterfield. With commentary by lullabologist Julia Soto Lebentritt.

You can listen to all the    Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast    episodes directly on our website:   https://dulcimuse.com/podcast     or in most podcast apps.


Every episode has its own resource page with photos, videos, and song lists. Be sure to check out this resource page for the TAB of David Schnaufer's Starry Lullabye !


Here's the resource page for this episode:  https://dulcimuse.com/podcast/resource/044.html


updated by @patricia-delich: 10/23/19 03:16:38PM
Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
7 months ago
130 posts

Thanks for listening Don and Dusty!

Yes, Rick Scott has tons of songs for children. We spoke to him in 2015 for the podcast. If you'd like to know more about Rick, here's our episode about him called Rick Scott - Canada's Premier Dulcimer Player   https://dulcimuse.com/podcast/resource/006.html

 

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Dusty Turtle
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle
7 months ago
1,207 posts

Patricia, I look forward to the new episode (have to finish some work before I can indulge!). 

People in the States don't know Rick Scott too well, but I met him a few years ago. A truly unique player with a vast store of cool kids tunes.  He shared one tune (I wish I could remember it) that was in a strange tuning. When I asked him about the tuning he explained that he had an old dulcimer with friction tuners that would often slip. But sometimes he kept playing rather than retuning and discovered some interesting tunings that way. What a character!




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Dusty T., Northern California
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As a musician, you have to keep one foot back in the past and one foot forward into the future.
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Don Grundy
Don Grundy
@don-grundy
7 months ago
135 posts
This is a GREAT podcast. Every episode is interesting and informative. If you want to hear from some of our best players. Subscribe! I listen over and over!
Patricia Delich
Patricia Delich
@patricia-delich
7 months ago
130 posts

June 30, 2019 started the 5th year of the Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast ! We hope you'll come listen to our many episodes.

 

Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast - Episode 43
A Children's Music Special

https://dulcimuse.com/podcast

 

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We’re focusing this episode on music for children on the mountain dulcimer. You’ll hear traditional and original songs, songs about whimsical instruments, animal adventures, and songs about people and places. With music from dulcimer players Heidi Muller, Bob Webb, Molly McCormack, Kevin Roth, Aubrey Atwater, Joellen Lapidus, Rick Scott, and John Elwood.

 

You can listen to all the  Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast  episodes directly on our website:  https://dulcimuse.com/podcast   or in most podcast apps.


Every episode has its own resource page with photos, videos, and song lists. 


Here's the resource page for this episode:   https://dulcimuse.com/podcast/resource/043.html