Robin Clark

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Noter & Drone - common session keys and modes - Part B.wmv


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Tuning for noter drone - Part B Watch on Youtube for higher quality
Robin Clark
11/16/14 05:11:16AM @robin-clark:

Thanks Lexie - Please feel free to ask any questions you have and I'll try to help. I love playing noter drone style as I think it brings out the unique nature of these wonderful instruments Smile.gif


Lexie R Oakley
11/15/14 12:54:01PM @lexie-r-oakley:

Hi Robin, Thanks for your tuning tutorials, with no musical experience you have taught me much.

I am working on learning the simple scale and hearing the different modes.

Not quite there yet, but I will know where to come for review.

I have also learned from your strumming and noter.

Thanks everyone with comments, you also add allot to my learning journey of the beautiful dulcimer.41.gif


Rob N Lackey
06/21/12 06:01:59AM @rob-n-lackey:

Robin, though I'm sure some people think it's "overkill," I usually bring 2 dulcimers, tuned differently to make the transition between keys easier. I also, though I love my instruments with pegs, bring only instruments with geared tuners for ease in changing tunings. I also keep a capo on each of them, in case I need to get in, for example, G really fast. Of course sometimes they're moving so quickly, I have had to just barre the chords. All that being said (whew,) next session to which I go, I will take 3 stringers and a noter and see if I can't "fit it in" the session as well as you do. You're carrying on a great tradition there and I love to listen to you. Your cd is in mypermanentrotation for the car.


Rob N Lackey
06/21/12 05:41:32AM @rob-n-lackey:

Wonderful again, Robin. That low "G" tuning made that McSpadden sound like I D Stamper. Loved it!


John Henry
06/20/12 03:49:14PM @john-henry:

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Great stuff Robin41.gif

John