Marion Seaman

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Location: Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire
Country: GB

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DianeL Magdalena Guy Babusek Dusty Turtle Helen Seiler Ken Backer Blue Hand John Shaw David E.Hall Gordy Geoff Black John Henry

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@Marion Seaman
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IN THE BLEAK MIDWINTER

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Helen Seiler
09/06/15 07:57:02PM @helen-seiler:

G'day Marion... it was so nice of you to follow me. I was just watching your videos... you are a very fine player... i love listening to fingerpicking and your playing is beautiful.  I'd love to see more od your playing if u felt like recording again.


Grahame Hood
02/25/15 01:17:01PM @grahame-hood:

Hi Marion, its on Sunday 15th March at 9pm on BBC Radio Kent (Kent Folk with Doug Welch) http://www.bbc.co.uk/search?q=Kent+Folk&sa_f=suggest

Had our first rehearsal last night- went very well.

Grahame


Grahame Hood
02/24/15 05:45:40PM @grahame-hood:

Hi Marion, its available online either live or for up to 4 weeks after.

Grahame


Alexander McKay
02/18/15 10:40:28AM @alexander-mckay:

Thanks for the welcome. Next step to join Nonesuch I thinkGrin.gif


Wendy Hawkins
12/01/14 03:11:51PM @wendy-hawkins:

Thank you for the welcome Marion.

It is nice to have some contacts in the UK.Smile.gif


Karel Votanek
08/24/14 02:16:50PM @karel-votanek:

Hallo Marion,vielen Dank fr Deinen netten Kommentar.Ich kann leider nicht englisch,nur deutsch,tschechisch und russisch.

Mein Dulcimer stimme ich ganz unterschiedlich,bei diesem Lied=(D-g-b-d)sind die Seiten gleich auseinander entfernt,deswegen ist Fingerspiel einfacher.Kleinfinger wird bei Barre verwendet,wie Zeigefinger bei Gitarre.Du spielst sehr schn und sauber.

Vielen Dank,Karel aus Freilassing,Germany Smile.gif


Jessica Comeau
07/15/14 04:30:51PM @jessica-comeau:

I just discovered your March 30 comment! Thank you so much, Marion! You are very kind. Keep on playing and enjoying your instrument.:-)


Gordy
05/20/14 06:00:19AM @gordon-reynolds:
Hi again, website for the festival,www. http://fortheloveoffolk.co.uk Hope this helps. G.
Gordy
05/20/14 05:49:27AM @gordon-reynolds:
Hi Marion, very varied set of activities. I will try and get a copy of the full programme for you. As for campsites, there are a few on google however they are not my cup of tea. Too busy as seaside holiday homes with bars etc however I did see one with great reviews and looks like my choice of site. It is called The Steading Caravan Park. Have a look, just google the name. It is also easy to get to Edinburgh and surrounding areas so possible for a great homebase for doing the tourist stuff.
Karel Votanek
05/13/14 03:07:46PM @karel-votanek:

Hello Marion,

Thank you very much for your nice comment.

Es freut mich sehr,dass Dir meine Musik gefllt.

Karel,Freilassing Smile.gif103.gif


Cindy Stammich
03/19/14 08:50:55PM @cindy-stammich:

Oops - I wasn't done and must have hit the wrong button...

Anyway, until next time-

Keep strumming and smiling!

Cindy


Cindy Stammich
03/19/14 08:48:48PM @cindy-stammich:

Hi Marion,

What kind is the dulcimer in your avatar? Also, what kind of ship did the tool box come out of? That is really neat!!! And I COMPLETELY understand about the all of the instruments....I am kind of in the same boat....and love it!!! I had posted a while back - "what do you call a collection of dulcimers"....and there were some funanswers. Also - how many dulcimers does a dulcimer player need....just one moreGrin.gif

I have a banjammer and I am just kind of working on some fingerpicking. I am having fun with it, but I am working a lot of hours so not doing to much picking right now.


Cindy Stammich
03/18/14 09:58:08PM @cindy-stammich:

By the way Marion - I LOVE your Avatar - it's beautiful!


Cindy Stammich
03/18/14 09:55:37PM @cindy-stammich:

Hi Marion,

Well please keep me posted - I love my baritone and have never regretted getting it! There was a little music shop about an hour away in a little tiny "town" that hosted dulcimer get-togethers and workshops. That's where I found mine - and HAD to have it after the first strum....hahaha!

I also have a Blue Lion and love it too! That's cool the way you play Little Drummer Boy - I hadn't thought of that - although I did go to a workshop once where they had us try different ways of playing - including using a pencil - probably the way you use your chopsticks. I hadn't thought about doing that for a long time!

Anyway, good luck whatever you decide Smile.gif

Keep strumming and smiling!

Cindy


Cindy Stammich
03/17/14 10:57:52PM @cindy-stammich:

Hi Marion, a little afterthought - regarding the baritone - there is no one instrument that can play "Little Drummer Boy" the way the baritone can Smile.gif

And honestly - the first time I touched this instrument - I HAD to have it! So glad I did!


Trevor Boyd
02/19/14 01:42:45PM @trevor-boyd:

Sorry Marion, I just noticed you live in Huntigndon which isn't that far from me. I'm still trying to find my way around this place!

Trevor


Trevor Boyd
02/19/14 01:39:26PM @trevor-boyd:

Hi Marion

I live just over the Cambs/Herts border in Royston. Where are you? Once I figure out the basics I'd be very interested in getting together with other local players. I'm reasonably musical but the dulcimer looks like a whole new game Smile.gif

Trevor


Sizun
02/11/14 10:02:18AM @sizun:
Hello Marion, thank you for the warm welcome. So nice to get in touch with dulcimer players on this side of the Atlantic !
Jan Noorduijn
02/11/14 04:45:58AM @jan-noorduijn:

Hello Marion,

Thank you very such for the warm welcome to the community here. You all seem a very nice bunch of people! Looking forward to exchange ideas etc. in the group.

Best wishes Jan.


Luigi
02/03/14 10:39:04AM @luigi:

Hallo Marion, thanks for your welcome. Emmas waltz is a tune from Finland, played in Germany, learned after the playing of an American musician: Neal Hellman. Its a real catchy tune.