Paul Furnas

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Location: Davis, CA
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Eileen
02/02/17 05:00:34PM @eileen:

PS  Just found one for the Si Bheag, so you don't need to reply to that part!


Paul Furnas
02/02/17 04:45:42PM @paul-furnas:

Hi, Eileen.

Please use my personal email address to send me your mailing address.  Postage and copying are freely included. in my offer.  When I begin with a new student, the first lesson is free in order to give teacher and student a chance to find out if they want to work together, so consider this your free first lesson.   


Eileen
02/02/17 04:27:23PM @eileen:

Hi Paul, Thanks so much for your quick reply.  I look forward to seeing your digital booklet when you get it done.  Just to double check about your offer to mail me hard copies of the Renaissance bass lessons - as I live in Canada, the postage would be more.  If you're able to scan the pages, wouldn't that be cheaper for you?  If not, can I email you my mailing address from the email you sent me?   I'd be happy to pay postage, but not sure the "logistics" of that?    I'll also search around for the simple melody tab version of the Si Bheag.  (So far I found a melody score and we played it yesterday on recorders)  Is there some easy program that "converts" a simple score to tab?  (I'm very new to reading tab) Thanks again.  (This group is always so incredibly helpful!!)


Eileen
01/31/17 10:56:59PM @eileen:

Hello Paul  Reading a thread here on FOMD on playing Renaissance music, I discovered your youtube playing  Si Bheag Si Mohr  with Ron Beardslee..  If you have the score and/or tab for this lovely arrangement, and are willing to post or share it somehow, I'd love it.  I'm a re-starting-for-the-nth-time new learner, but would like to work on this.  I am especially drawn to medieval and Renaissance music.  I play also in a little recorder group, and thought we might add dulcimer occasionally  Thank you so much.


cynthia copeland
08/16/13 04:02:06AM @cynthia-copeland:
Paul: I heard you play st RDD in Aptos last weekend and am interested in finding the music to the lovely pieces that you played. Can you helo me out?
Karen Keane
08/31/12 07:58:31AM @karen-keane:

Hello and welcome to the site. This is a great place to share ideas and listen to music. I hope you enjoy!


Benjamin W Barr Jr
08/17/12 09:00:59PM @benjamin-w-barr-jr:

Hi Paul, and welcome to then world of the Friends of the Mountain Dulcimer. It's a good place to come, spend some time, learn and exchange ideas about the dulcimer, and to meet some good people.

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John Keane
08/17/12 06:35:14PM @john-keane:

Howdy and welcome to FOTMD!


phil
08/17/12 06:25:02PM @phil:

Hi Paul Welcome to FOTMDGrin.gif


Gayle Maurer
08/17/12 05:42:35PM @gayle-maurer:

Hi Paul, You will find a really nice bunch of people here. Very helpful. If you need advice or direction in doing anything at all, just root around a bit, ask questions, and I'm sure there's someone here who can help. Or, maybe you can help someone else. Enjoy!


Jim Fawcett
08/17/12 02:41:58PM @jim-fawcett:

Hey Paul, welcome aboard. Glad ya found us.


Rob N Lackey
08/17/12 01:54:04PM @rob-n-lackey:

Welcome, Paul, to this little corner of dulcimer heaven. Nice to see another finger-picker here. Hope you enjoy it here.

Rob