I am going to Natchez this week & I saw you will be there later in the year. I was wondering if you have any contact info. to any dulcimer groups that might be there.
Enjoyed WCU Winter weekend. Learned a bunch. Now to put in to use. Always good to see you and Elaine again. Have not seen an event that you and Elaine did that was not excellent !
I want to thank you and Elaine for the hymn workshop recently at Wood-n-Strings.I enjoyed it so much. and after we got home my husband played a little. It was an awesome experience playing Sunday morning for the campground worship service in Townsend. Loved it. Dennis (my husband) said it was so beautiful. Thank you for the songs at picken porch. Elaine's songs spoke to me personally . Beautiful!! I have tried to sign up for Duet workshop coming up. But not sure it went through, so I will mail it
the old fashion way. Thank you again
Thanks Larry! Dulcimers are growing in this area, which really makes me happy. I'd certainly love to attend Dulcimer U sometime. Tom and I travel a lot but we look for places that offer dulcimer and one of his instruments; fiddle, mandolin or banjo. We just returned from Allegheny Echos, WV and had a grand time with old time music.
Well, I've taught my first big workshop! There were 16 people present, many never touched a dulcimer and due to my teaching students, I took dulcimers for them! We had a grand time. So thanks to your teaching , among others, I'm passing on the dulcimer work!
Sorry it has taken me SINCE APRIL to respond to your friends' request. Are hardly get on Facebook let alone the computer! New Years' resolution is to do better connecting with others on the web. Hope you both are beginning a good, postive & hopeful New Year. We started it off with our new grandson being born on my birthday! 11.28.12 Hope to see you and Elaine as soon as possible. Jeff is so looking foward to working with you. Warmly~ janet
looked like you had a great time in N.Y. Another thanks for the great time at Dulcimer U this summer.
Thank You forthe challenging and fun classes for our Lagniappe Dulcimer "always learning something new" players. We all want to be "Larry Conger"! I don't think you will have to worry any time soon. Cheers, Regina
Hi Larry, thanks for being my friend over the years. It has been a long time since we have seen each other. I hope married life is agreeing with you. We both have been busy going in different directions. I hope our paths cross soon.