I think You are talking about the T there. That refers to the two notes there being tied together so. The line connects the two and you add the timing of each together. So you don't play it twice you just hold it for two beats. It doesnt refer to any fingerings. LB
Stephanie, thanks for letting me know that you will be at Winterfest in January. I will look for you and Frank. My wife and I are staying at the Hampton Inn, although my wife does not participate in the festival. It will be a fun time.
"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."
Hi Stephanie , nice to hear back from you...I Just take it slow and enjoy the process . You can email me anytime with questions . Enjoy the process!
Just be patient, the site will be updated for the festival. I know what you mean about weather. Last year it snowed on Saturday morning. It made traveling from the hotel to the festival site a little treacherous. I was slipping and sliding on the road. My family stays at the Hampton Inn. My wife babysits our grandsons while our daughter and son-in-law go skiing during my time at the festival. It should be updated soon as the festival is about six weeks away.
Howdy and welcome to FOTMD!
Welcome, Stephanie, to this little corner of dulcimer heaven. I'll be at least 65% of us heard our 1st dulcimer in or around Mt View. A McSpadden is a great 1st instrument which will last a lifetime. Hope you enjoy it here.
Hi Stephanie, and welcome to the wonderful 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. Wonderful story about getting involved with your dulcimer.
Hey Stephanie, welcome aboard. Glad ya found us. From one PA'er to another.
Welcome to FOTMD Stephanie. It's always good to have another Pennsylvanian here. Hope you will consider coming to the Pocono Dulcimer Club's Winterfest in East Stroudsburg in January.