John W. McKinstry

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Location: Lee, MA
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Like Wind the Seasons Change


musician/member name: Music
Duration: 00:03:31
description:
Based on Ecclesiastes 3
Hymn writer: Anne McKinstry
Music: Barbara Kershner
Paintings: John McKinstry
Jan Potts
10/25/22 03:34:03AM @jan-potts:

Enjoy the music and the art, John!


John W. McKinstry
10/16/22 12:58:53PM @john-w-mckinstry:

Thanks so much to all of you who have watched this video and liked it. It is just one more flower to add to the beautiful  bouquet of videos and audios offered on this sight. Your dulcimer friend, John


Gordon Hardy
10/16/22 10:35:10AM @gordon-hardy:

A lovely hymn John, very serene and calming. Thank you for this.


Strumelia
10/16/22 10:13:00AM @strumelia:

John this is amazing and so beautiful. Thank you for this!!  🥰


Cindy Stammich
10/15/22 10:37:20PM @cindy-stammich:

John, what a beautiful piece of art with such deep meaning!  To record a hymn written by your wife, include you bird paintings and to be recorded by your daughter! What a wonderful project!  Thank you for giving us the background as it helps us to appreciate its beauty!


John W. McKinstry
10/14/22 08:05:41AM @john-w-mckinstry:

 Things to look for in this piece: My wife, Anne, wrote the words to "Like Wind the Seasons Change" based on Ecclesiasties 3.  Pete Seeger wrote " Turn! Turn! Turn!" on this same text from the Bible.  In transposing this hymn for the dulcimer I came across an unusual chord quite by accident. You will here it near the end of the song. I think it is an  E7th sus (B)? And one final note my bird paintings represent the four seasons. Enjoy, John