Nice noter playing on a very traditional mountain dulcimer.
Thanks for the positive connotations my friends.
DT It does feel good to play a few tunes here lately. It helps to have something to look forward to.
Alright then Irene ...I'm tuned to the most wonderful noter tuning God has gifted us with. DGC.
It's the perfect tuning and I don't understand why it's not in universal use! : ]
Comes out in the key of G. Can play all 4 four most common modes out of it with 6+ fret. The range works great on most tunes: i.e. the lows don't go too low and the highs don't go too high.
Starts on the 4th fret... same as DAG....uses the same frets. In fact you can play this tune just like I do here in DAG tuning. Well you have to 'cheat' as I do and snatch the 8+ fret out of thin air. I think 3 of the modes all start on the 4th fret but maybe dorian mode starts on the 1st fret. I can't remember how that worked.
Robin... It's never too late to switch to a side by side noter hold! : }
yep, read the words to that song, yep, it's a fast one. hummmmmmmmmmmm.
NOW THAT WAS COOL!!! please tell us the tuning of your dulcimer here. and I'm a noter droner as well....but use my finger on top of a curved noter. Is that song always that fast? I'm going to look that up more and learn it. thank you so much for posting your music. aloha, irene
The tuning you used gives this such a nice edge, Randy.
This is a great visual for anybody wanting to see good examples of noter play. (Since I'm a thumb-on-top-with-a-flat-noter player, I can't make that great wrist move you use up on the fretboard. But I wish I could.)
Nice rendition of that tune, Randy. Your noter hasn't missed a step.
I'm dancing because I'm so glad you're posting tunes again.
Wonderful clear precise playing.
That's a foot-stomper, Randy!