@Irene & @Ariane Thank you, ladies, for your wonderful replies to the tune! Home is my favorite place to play and my sweetheart is my favorite playing partner.
I am as always falling in love with your and Mark's playing - so very special!
I was asked to be an usher at a performance of THE REDHEAD EXPRESS. A group of 4 sisters all holding and playing insturments....big drum set in the back and surely good...some of the tunes I knew....but ahhhhhhhhh, Robin, this is soooooooooo soothing....and love the guitar playing with you as well. Thank you for this calming song before I go to bed. much aloha, irene
@Macaodha & @Elvensong Thank you, fellows! A very bright Venus and crescent moom in a dark southeast early morning sky inspired the tune. . . We're happy you like what we've put together.
You two have the magic touch. You certainly know how to evoke emotions with your music. This is beautiful!
Your music is unique and beautiful, I'm sure influenced by your beautiful surroundings at the foothills of the Appalachians.
Hey, @Dan & @Slate-Creek-Dulcimers -- thanks! Noter all the way, guys. :)
Beautiful as always!
Love this tune!
Thank you from me and the guitar player, @Bill-S and @Steven-Berger !
Steven, I used a homemade pick cut from a plastic container lid. I shape them kind of like a really overgrown kidney bean. Easy to hold.
Nicely played, Robin! I also liked the guitar accompaniment! What did you use for a pick...nice sound.
A quiet greeting to the morning. lovely tune and well played.