Thank you for the info, James. Now I know.
Merry Christmas, James.
Terry, without going into computer geek mode (which I am not btw, I just know what I know) a Chromebook is a laptop that Google came out with about 10 or so years ago. Most of the stuff with it is cloud based, so it does not eat up a lot of storage. The only downside is that right now, the Chrome operating system does not support a couple applications I use like iTunes, so I have a regular Windows laptop still for it.
James, this is one of my all time favorites. In fact, I'll be playing it this afternoon mid some Christmas favorites. It's just about the only song I play as an instrumental.
Good job, and thank you, as always, for sharing your music.
How did that turn out for you? I can't sing that well at all, so I have to let my dulcimer sing for me, and my guitar playing (6 and 4 string tenor) support people that can sing ;-) And thank you very much for the kind words. I tried out an app with my Chromebook before I discovered that I did not need an app so my next one will not have the name of the app in the far right corner :-)
It went great, James. Never got around to WF, stuck to Christmas songs. It was a hoot.
James, I have no clue about chromebook...or much of anything technical . It took me a long while just to post a video.
Merry Christmas! !!
Wildwood Flower is an old standard here and one of my favorites. Try as I may, I cannot stumble through it so thanks for sharing.
Sam, thanks. What is funny is I originally was shown Wildwood Flower in DAA then relearned it in DAd tuning. I tried to relearn it the original way I was shown but couldn't. Even though I use bagpipe tuning, I am using DAd tab to play this in.