The sweet sound the dulcimer makes helps to heal the soul - if and when one day, I am able to play as beautifully as you I'll know learning the dulcimer was maybe the best thing I could have done. Thank you for sharing your story and your music.
Thank you, Bill!
Very pretty Kimberly
Thank you so much, Melvin and Robin.
What a lovely tribute in memory of a father from a loving daughter, Kim.
Your play of it is beautiful, moving, and calls the lyrics to mind. . .
Thanks, Karen! I was actually just sitting here on my floor again trying to polish it up. I noticed my timing isn't quite right on my transition between the two songs. And I took out those weird notes right before the ending of the song. Is an arrangement ever truly finished?? And now I'm working on internalizing the whole thing before Sunday morning when I have to play it at church! Yikes!
Kimberly, that was just beautiful. You play so well!
Thanks, Rob and Dave!
Very lovely arrangement, Kim, and played VERY well. It's obvious your heart is in it as well as your head and hands.
Very nice! Lovely, beautiful, and many more wonderful adjectives fit. Music that calls for reflection. Thanks for sharing this with all of us.
Thanks, Brian! Glad you enjoyed it.
Very pretty, Kim. I love the way you play, and enjoyed this very much.
Thanks, Barbara and John!
Beautifully done...just gorgeous.
Garey, I'm in DAd tuning, but I'm playing in the key of G.
Bill, you and your family most certainly have my prayers.
Thanks, Garey! Sitting on the floor like that is the way I always play my dulcimer when I'm just at home. In fact, now that I think about it, I sit on the floor for lots of things--like right now I'm sitting on the floor with my laptop. And this afternoon I read a book while lying on the floor. I don't know what it is, but I prefer sitting on the floor. lol
Kimberly: through your music you are encouraging others. I try to do the same through my parish work and my writing. I ask for your prayers for my family. blessings