Final Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast Episode

Patricia Delich
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😻🌈🎉🌟

Ken Longfield
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Great news! I'm looking forward to the new podcasts.

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

Dusty Turtle
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Hooray!!! joyjoy




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MacAodha
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Well done and best wishes for '22.

Strumelia
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That's lovely to hear Patricia!  clapper




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Patricia Delich
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A Winter Miracle!

https://dulcimuse.com/podcast

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We have great news for the Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast listeners! Due to not reaching our fundraising goal, the last episode we released in November was supposed to be our final episode. Well, since then, a miracle happened. An anonymous donor gave us a generous donation that helped us reach our fundraising goal. This has enabled us to continue the podcast for one more year. This means we’ll bring you 5 new episodes in 2022.

Thank you to everyone who generously donated, especially to the one anonymous donor who provided the majority of funds to keep the podcast alive in 2022. Your outpouring of generosity has warmed our hearts. We’re happy to be able to bring you new dulcimer stories in 2022.

You can listen to this either in your podcast app or on our website: https://dulcimuse.com/podcast

Patricia Delich
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Thanks Ken. 🙏 💕💕

Ken Longfield:

Patricia and Wayne, I am sorry to see the Hearts of the Dulcimer podcast ending. I have enjoyed listening to them. Thank you for all your work in producing these and making them available to the dulcimer community. Best wishes for all your future endeavors.

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

Ken Longfield
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Patricia and Wayne, I am sorry to see the Hearts of the Dulcimer podcast ending. I have enjoyed listening to them. Thank you for all your work in producing these and making them available to the dulcimer community. Best wishes for all your future endeavors.

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

Patricia Delich
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Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast - Episode 54
Fiddle Tune Stories with The Bach and Beethoven Experience

https://dulcimuse.com/podcast

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In our final episode, we bring you the Chicago-based group The Bach and Beethoven Experience sharing stories behind some of the fiddle tunes they played on their album An Appalachian Summer . We spoke with fiddler Brandi Berry Benson and dulcimer player Keith Collins, who have their feet firmly grounded in the classical and traditional music worlds.

This episode is the last Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast episode. We’ve been bringing you the Hearts of the Dulcimer Podcast for the last 6 and a half years. Although our listenership has grown, the financial support has not. Continuing the podcast is not sustainable.

As we end this podcast, we’re proud of the 54 well-crafted episodes that expand on the history, versatility, possibilities, and above all, appreciation of this wonderful musical instrument called the mountain 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/054.html

Thanks for listening!

Patricia Delich & Wayne Jiang


updated by @patricia-delich: 11/27/21 03:22:46PM