Mark Gilston

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musician/member name: Mark Gilston
Duration: 00:03:14
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Mark Gilston plays a traditional dance song tune from the Greek Islands on mountain dulcimer.
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Strumelia
10/15/20 11:31:56PM @strumelia:

Good one Dusty!  and I agree.  nod


Mark Gilston
10/15/20 05:32:26PM @mark-gilston:

Dusty Turtle:


Yeah, Mark's left thumb made a pact with the devil.  It can slide smoothly, rhythmically, and effortlessly over the strings. And he always wins at thumb wrestling. yes


grin


Dusty Turtle
10/15/20 12:25:24PM @dusty-turtle:

Yeah, Mark's left thumb made a pact with the devil.  It can slide smoothly, rhythmically, and effortlessly over the strings. And he always wins at thumb wrestling. yes


Mark Gilston
10/13/20 03:35:30PM @mark-gilston:

Thanks Nate (:

NateBuildsToys:

Your playstyle consistently amazes me Mark! Watching your hands glide all over while keeping that neat staccato (is that the right word?) rhythm is just so cool and sounds unlike any others players I've heard. Almost sounds like a harpsichord to me. Thanks for sharing!


NateBuildsToys
10/13/20 10:39:07AM @natebuildstoys:

Your playstyle consistently amazes me Mark! Watching your hands glide all over while keeping that neat staccato (is that the right word?) rhythm is just so cool and sounds unlike any others players I've heard. Almost sounds like a harpsichord to me. Thanks for sharing!