Robin Thompson

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Location: in the Appalachian foothills of southeastern Ohio
Country: US

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SoundCloud Tracks: 41
youtube videos: 25
images: 49
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videos: 1
audio tracks: 20

Nina Kaylo's House work-in-progress


Artist: Robin & Mark Thompson
Genre: Folk & Singer-Songwriter
Duration: 00:01:56

Description:
This is probably not your grandma's noter tune. :) I put this little tune together and Mark put together these beautiful chords on guitar.

Robin Thompson
08/24/19 08:26:22PM @robin-thompson:

@Macaodha Val, many thanks!  Summer is nearly done and time for an Irish lad to favor us with tunes.  


MacAodha
08/24/19 02:35:20PM @macaodha:

Summer is nearly done time to start checking in again, and he's a lucky lad to be in the company of such a fine composer and traditional dulcimer player. Beautiful.


Robin Thompson
07/24/19 08:38:48PM @robin-thompson:

Thankyou, @Ariane!  I really like what Mark came up with for the guitar part.  He's a good guy to have around.  :)


Ariane
07/24/19 05:46:27AM @ariane:

Wonderfully dreamy melody on the dulcimer with beautiful harmonies on guitar - what else can one wish - you are a great duo, Robin & Mark! clapper


Robin Thompson
07/18/19 10:09:53PM @robin-thompson:

@Steven-Berger & @Dusty-Turtle Thanks for the nice comments, fellas!  It is a fun tune to play and, ideally, my A parts are played a bit differently than here.  I hope to get all smoothed-out.  And I am a lucky girl to have a guitar player in the house willing to play with me. :)


Steven Berger
07/18/19 07:31:29PM @steven-berger:

Love your slides on this, Robin, and Mark's chord work is spot-on!


Dusty Turtle
07/18/19 12:42:06PM @dusty-turtle:

You have such a sensitive touch, Robin.  Your playing can be delicate and confident at the same time. And Mark's work really enhances the melody here, adding expressive chordal coloring without ever demanding the spotlight.