Larry Conger

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Blind Mary


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A 17th century Irish harp tune played on a custom maple/redwood McSpadden dulcimer.
Ginney Camden
02/10/15 09:37:35PM @ginney-camden:
That is so pretty and peaceful Larry. I have been practicing this song from one of your books that I purchased several years ago.
Lynn austin
02/10/15 07:05:30AM @lynn-austin:
That was absolutely lovely Larry...Joy said exactly what I love about your style of playing also whereby the "space between the notes needs to be filled with nothing but a breath and the anticipation of the note that is to come".....breathtakingly beautiful!!!!!
alan kolman
02/10/15 04:24:01AM @alan-kolman:

beautifully played, larry - sound conjures a celtic harp. great example of the softer side of the dulcimer.


Dusty Turtle
02/07/15 02:33:55AM @dusty-turtle:

Very pretty playing, Larry. Sometimes a sweet, soft O'Carolan tune is the perfect antidote to the stress of the daily grind.


Joy W.
02/06/15 11:03:58PM @joy-w:

That was beautiful. One of the things I love about your playing is the space between the notes. It hangs in such a lovely way and doesn't need to be filled with anything but a breath and the expectation of the note that is to come. (Hope that didn't sound too fruity!)


John Keane
02/06/15 06:18:22PM @john-keane:

Larry...just really nice (in a "wow that's smooth" kinda way).


Patty from Virginia
02/06/15 10:55:40AM @patty-from-virginia:

Very Nice!


Bob Reinsel
02/05/15 11:42:09AM @bob-reinsel:

Well done. That's a sweet sound. Ringing the harmonic at the end is a nice touch.


Cynthia Wigington
02/05/15 09:39:46AM @cynthia-wigington:
Enjoyed this one so much. Would like to play it someday. It's technically beyond me now, so nice to see and hear it played properly.
Gordon Hardy
02/05/15 08:01:51AM @gordon-hardy:

That's sure a lovely melody, Larry. Well played. Thank you.


Paula Brawdy
02/05/15 05:42:08AM @paula-brawdy:

Great playing, and great sounding McSpadden. The plug in sound really makes a difference !


Rob N Lackey
02/05/15 05:11:33AM @rob-n-lackey:

That was beautiful, Larry. Great tune; great playing.


Lexie R Oakley
02/04/15 11:09:00PM @lexie-r-oakley:
Very beautiful Larry, thank you for the soothing music this evening.