A very pretty song. Nice playing.
I never sensed that you were uncomfortable Gail. Besides, I couldn't talk if you messed it up, because I mess up big time at least once with every video. This was very nice to listen to, hope you keep posting.
Thank you James, Cynthia and Benjamin. James, the tuning is DAd. I believe I sort of went by a tab from the ED site. Benjamin, yes it was short. I can sit and play it all day, but turn that camera on and I'm sure to mess it up the second time through! Cynthia, I do indeed enjoy my Ferguson dulcimer. I had never seen one with a dogwood top before until I saw this one for sale. The dogwood is our state flower, so I thought it would be nice to have. It doesn't give a big booming sound, but is very nice, especiallyfor quieter tunes.
Very sweet and sad version of this song Gail, and I love your Ferguson.
Very nice...ended too soon though.
very nice Gail! What tuning are you playing it out of?
Thanks Patty and Geekling. I do like my Jack Ferguson dulcimer - especially for the slower tunes. It has a sweet voice.
Very lovely Gail!!! Jack did a fine job on that dulcimer
Thanks Bob, Ken and Lexie. Now that I'm hearing it on line, it seems slightly draggy, but I appreciate your kind comments.
Very beautiful sweet song Gail, thanks for your playing for us.
Such pretty playing, Gail. Thanks for posting your "Shenandoah".
Very pretty. Thanks!
Thanks everyone. I appreciate you watching.
Gail, that's really pretty. You should be proud!
Very nicely flowing version!